Womenlines is delighted to share the first episode of a Talk Show ‘Let’s Erase Domestic Violence’! It is a pleasure to welcome Dr Bollineni Keerthi in the first episode. Dr Keerthi is the President at Vasavya Mahila Mandali (VMN) NGO based in Southern India.
‘Domestic violence’- what comes in your mind when you read this word?
Maybe some of you have faced it, some of you are doing it, or some of you have heard stories about it in your neighbourhood. Womenlines is taking the initiative to address this alarming issue by creating awareness on how the victims can come out of it. Through this show, we intend to empower womenfolk who are facing domestic violence with that courage to stand for themself, with that knowledge with which they can fight for themself and an empowering mindset which can give her confidence to move ahead in life. We will also share insights about various laws, right contacts where the victims can reach out for help by inviting the experts from the respective fields.
In this episode, it is such a pleasure to have Bollineni Keerthi, President at Vasavya Mahila Mandali NGO, based in India. Vasavya Mahila Mandali is aggressively working in the field of women empowerment and is providing support to victims of domestic violence also.
Dr Keerthi is currently running a petition to support women in India who are not able to receive maintenance. Let’s hear from Dr Bollineni Keerthi about how she is helping out victims who faced Domestic Violence and also why she has lodged this petition and what she is looking forward for support.
to sign the petition and support that section of womenfolk who are facing challenges to survive without maintenance.
Are you facing Domestic violence?
- Reach Vasavya Mahila Mandali for counselling in-person / Tele counselling. Send mail to email@example.com
- Provide Legal Guidance
- Preparedness tips to come out of the home.
- Support in referral to the appropriate service provider
- Domestic abuse relief fund to support in rehabilitation
- Visit www.vasavya.org for information on different services in India for domestic violence victims
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