Overview

Slums communities are the product of broken down village life. The rate of migration into India's urban centers continues to grow exponentially as people seek employment opportunities, access to basic facilities and a better quality of life. Slums communities are the product of broken down village life. The rate of migration into India's urban centers continues to grow exponentially as people seek employment opportunities, access to basic facilities and a better quality of life. Slums communities are the product of broken down village life. The rate of migration into India's urban centers continues to grow exponentially as people seek employment opportunities, access to basic facilities and a better quality of life.

Celebrating India’s Daughters

The Bindi Project partners with other organizations to conduct celebrations of the daughters within their communities.  These include sporting events, dances and other activities that allow members of those communities to share inspiring stories of and honor any and all the daughters in their lives (mothers, sisters, wives, cousins, friends, colleagues and actual daughters).

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Spreading Awareness

The Bindi Project attends various conferences and public events to spread awareness of both the situation and our work to change the situation and to help inspire others to treat all women and girls with love and respect and share their own stories and pledges to further inspire others.

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