Trafficking survivors in Boisar, India, near Mumbai
All photos courtesy of ASSET India Foundation
Of those rescued, 22 are HIV positive
They will be given the opportunity to learn computer skills from ASSET teachers
Students encouraging one other in the Delhi center
Trafficking survivors in Boisar, India, near Mumbai
Children of ex sex workers gathering
Meeting with field workers
Meeting with students and parents
Meeting with parents and students in Karnataka
Nita Umashankar (middle) with children of sex workers in Chennai
Practicing pronunciations
ABOUT ASSET INDIA:
The ASSET India Foundation
provides computer literacy in the
form of information technology
and convers...
For more articles on faculty research,
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More than 4 million women and children across the globe are victims of forced sexual exploitation. Rescuing them from captivity is the first step, but as McCombs researchers have found, human slavery’s reach extends far beyond the brothel.

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Behind the Brothel: Can We Break the Human Trafficking Cycle?

  1. 1. Trafficking survivors in Boisar, India, near Mumbai All photos courtesy of ASSET India Foundation
  2. 2. Of those rescued, 22 are HIV positive
  3. 3. They will be given the opportunity to learn computer skills from ASSET teachers
  4. 4. Students encouraging one other in the Delhi center
  5. 5. Trafficking survivors in Boisar, India, near Mumbai
  6. 6. Children of ex sex workers gathering
  7. 7. Meeting with field workers
  8. 8. Meeting with students and parents
  9. 9. Meeting with parents and students in Karnataka
  10. 10. Nita Umashankar (middle) with children of sex workers in Chennai
  11. 11. Practicing pronunciations
  12. 12. ABOUT ASSET INDIA: The ASSET India Foundation provides computer literacy in the form of information technology and conversational English train- ing to the adult children of women in the sex trade and to young adults rescued from sex trafficking. To learn more, visit www.assetindiafoundation.org.
  13. 13. For more articles on faculty research, innovation, public policy, leadership, and more, visit the Texas Enterprise website at www.texasenterprise.utexas.edu. www.facebook.com/TexasEnterprise @TexasEnterprise
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