Invisible Girl Project’s ongoing RICE campaign supports our social workers as they rescue vulnerable babies and little girls from being killed or trafficked, intervene in the lives of needy families to support their daughters, care for rescued girls, and empower women, in order to end female gendercide in India. Through IGP's holistic RICE program, IGP’s social workers reach over 40 rural villages and slums across India, so that girls and women can lead full, productive lives and can ultimately be change makers in their society to stop gendercide. Just as rice is a staple source of food and survival in India, our social workers have a vital role in our target areas in helping girls and women survive and thrive in India.
As part of the RICE Program we need the following:
-Social Workers, so they can go into the villages and rescue and care for more vulnerable girls. Total: $10,000.
Data collection/Program Management: Manager to care for our social workers needs and to provide IGP supporters with regular updates. Total: $3,900