Mumbai Police and SNEHA: A Collaborative Project to Respond to Survivors of Violence

January 1, 1970


Community Based Care & Support for COVID-19

Swasti works with the most poor and marginalized communities in India partnering them to make health and well-being real. To break the chain of COVID-19 transmission, it is imperative to provide the most marginalized with practical solutions to isolate and receive care through, Community Care Centers, Home quarantine kits and HelloSwasti
Efforts are required to combat and address cases of domestic violence, especially in light of the increase in cases brought on by COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions. Law enforcement will play a signficant role in these efforts, so it is essential that they are equipped with the relevant knowledge and capabilities to effectively conduct this role. SHENA and the Mumbai Police collaborated to conduct trainings and sensitization efforts on effectively responding to survivors of violence.This report shares key modules, insights and recommendations based on this collaboration. Authored by Swati Shinde et al. Published by SNEHA, Manan Trust, Greater Mumbai Police. Research Report- A collaborative project with Mumbai Police and SNEHA Download Pdf

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