Social Welfare of Balangir District
For better Implementation of different Scheme of the Women and Child Development Department, Govt. of Odisha, there are 14 nos. of I.C.D.S. Projects under 2660 nos, AWCS are functioning in the Balangir District.
Mapping Study on Trafficking of Women and Girls in Odisha Secondary Data for Implementing Agency of Swadhar/Short Home.
Name of the Respondent- Tankadhar Mahakur ( Secretary)
Area of operation- Through out Balangir District
Year of establishment- 1988
Year of implementation of SWADHAR Scheme- 01.11.2007
Area of implementation of SWADHAR- Through Balangir District
Manpower engaged for implementation of SWADHAR
|Sl. No.||Name||Designation||Full/Part Time|
|1||Dibyeswari Gadua||Superitendent||Full Time|
|2||Rasmita Sahu||Counselor||Full Time|
|3||Narad Chhatar||Accountant||Full Time|
|4||Dr. Manarama Sathpathi||Doctor||Part Time|
|5||Amarsingh Naik||Attendent||Full Time|
|6||Manoj Khamari||Attendent||Full Time|
Type of training received by the personal engaged for implementation of SWDHAR.
|Sl. No.||Personnel Category||Type of training received||Number|
|1||Dibyeswari Gadua||Home Management, Child care, JJ Act, HIV AIDS||5|
|2||Rashmita Sahu||Counselling and Non-instituional Care of Child||2|
|3||Dr. Monarama Sathpathi||IMNCI, MCH||10|
|4||Narad Chhatar||Accounting , Tally, HIV AIDS||5|
Coverage and Achievement
Type and number of trafficked victims rescued/ rehabilitated during last 5 years:
|Sl. No.||Year||Girl Child||Young Adolescent Girls||Young Women||Elderly Women||Other ( Specify )|
Social Profile of the total trafficked victims covered:
|Sl. No.||Social Profile||Girls||Women||Total|
|2||Up to Primary||8||16||24|
|9||Other ( specify)||–||–||–|
Rescued/Rehabilitation of special category of trafficked victims during last 5 years.
|Category||Last 5 Years (no.)||Last Year (no.)|
|Disabled (Physically) :||–||–|
|Peoples living with HIV(PL HIV) :||–||–|
|Others socially excluded group (specify):||–||–|
Profile of trafficked victims by Type of exploitation/harassment reported during last 5 years:
|Sl. No.||Type of exploitation||Girls||Women||Total|
|1||Forced sexual exploitation/commercial sex work||20||20||40|
|2||Sex tourism and photography (pornography)||–||–||–|
|3||Forced labour/domestic servitude||30||20||50|
|4||Girl child labour||–||–||–|
|6||Bonded labour/agricultural labourer||11||9||20|
|7||Forced to work as a street hawker/vendor||–||–||–|
|8||Handia/country liquor sale||–||–||–|
|9||Other ( Force Married)||10||5||15|
Coverage of trafficked Victim by source of rescue during last 5 years:
|Sl. No.||Source of rescue victims||Women||Girls||Total|
|2||Private premise/house used for sex work||15||15||30|
|5||Clubs/dance bars/opera group/circus||–||–||–|
|6||Industry and commercial establishments||–||–||–|
|8||Govt. front line workers||–||–||–|
What are the major source points (Block/town, G.P, Villages) for trafficking of women and girls in your area of operation as per your available record and opinion?
Ans – Villages, G.P, Block
What are the major destination points for trafficking or girls and women ( both inside and outside the state), as per your available record and opinion ?
Ans – inside state – Bhubaneswar, Sambalpur, Cuttack
What factors make the area of your operation/jurisdiction a-” destination”. “Transit” or “source: of trafficking of women and girls?
The various factors/reasons of trafficking from this area are a result of complex set of Gender discrimination, illiteracy, No sex education, violence against women, vulnerability and ignorance of girls is finally lack of opportunity.
There are various pull factors for destination are Jobs, Promise of marriage, Promise of a better life , Demand for domestic and sexual services , Demand for young girls and virgins and finally access to sex trade.
District administration as well as voluntary C.B.O / NGO are rescuing different victims, i.e. – women & children by trafficking which is required to provide shelter, counseling, legal, rehabilitative, services, through home based approach or transit home.
Relevant Experience in Rescue and Rehabilitation
The organization has involved in rescue, shelter counseling and rehabilitation of women and children in need in the district since last 5 year.
What are the major constraints (e.g organizational, infrastructure and financial) have you experienced in the process of rescue and rehabilitation and how do you overcome the situation?
|Lack of sufficient funds||Adjusted through organization, Contribution|
|Own vehicle for rescue and mobilization||On hire basis|
|Provision of land and building||On rented premises|
What medical , psycho-social and legal support do you provide to the trafficked victims ?
By part time doctor and legal consultant of the organization.
Please state the organisational, infrastructural and other supports that are needed for your organization to implement the rescued and rehabilitation programme for the trafficked victims in your area?
We need support from various line department existing in the operational area own vehicle and sufficient funds for rehabilitation of the victim.
What measures/interventions do you suggest to effectively combat trafficking of women and girls in your area of operation ?
Proper implementation of the various developmental programme by involving the local community to activate the district level task force in this regard massive awareness generation programme in the in this issue. Proper implementation of ITPA .
Address of the Supreme Authority:
District Social Welfare Office
At – Balangir (Behind Collectoratre Building),
PO/Dist – Balangir, Pin – 767002