Child Welfare Protection- Solutions for India a model for the World

The telephone rings. It is the 1,098 time the VFF staff in India answer the urgent needs of the community using the anonymous help line. 24 hours, 7 days a week urgent calls of a wide variety come in and much needed support is given immediately.

Lakshmi: “I can say I negotiate better than my husband"

"We didn't have value or respect in society". Women have felt -and many others will continue to feel this way- through their whole life. Their place was the home or the field. There is no power to decide anything in a family structure where the father in-law, the husband, the brother in-law decide for everyone. The landlord that gives them work in the field pays them half -sometimes less- than a man that does the same labor. Besides, that money goes straight to the husband's pockets. Through fair, or unfair deals, in many cases.

The Slave Women Business

Every day more than 200 women and girls are introduced to the human trafficking business in India.

The Sangham Gives Women Confidence, Respect and Freedom

A sangham of women has as objective the creation of a space where they can talk about their problems, share their worries and seek advice.

University Scholarships, a trampoline for change

An interview with Syamala Vadthy and Mahadevi Boya

Women take Anantapur

About 25 thousand people participate in more than 30 demonstrations throughout the district on the occasion of Women's Day

Dalit women with disabilities: a triple challenge to their empowerment

In India, to be born in a Dalit family as a disabled woman represents a triple discrimination.

The Foundation participates in the first edition of the 261 Women's Marathon

The Vicente Ferrer Foundation (VFF) is also involved in giving visibility to the role of women in sport and society.

The Vicente Ferrer Foundation presents the “Sociedad Cooperactiva” (“Cooperactive Society”) to build the world's largest women solidarity network

The Vicente Ferrer Foundation presented in Madrid “De Mujer a Mujer: Sociedad Cooperactiva”...
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