Nurture and empower tea garden women and children for transformation

Arise Foundation is funded from London for the welfare of people of Barak Valley state of Assam, India. The title of the project is Nurture and empower tea garden women and children for transformation. We are working in collaboration to combat slavery, awareness on human trafficking, promoting safe migration, encouraging the target community to have income generation activities for women groups and youth groups in tea garden areas. Under the Arise Foundation project we cover 12 villages of  tea garden of Cachar and Karimganj district. We are working in collaboration for the development of people through networking while implementing the project activities we network with the other NGOs; like police department, ONE Stop Centre, Ujjala, AMRAT, CWC, Caritas India. Networking helps us to implement our programme successfully.


Reduce the number of human trafficking victims and unsafe migration in Barrack Valley region, through livelihood promotion among tea garden women, youth and children.


  • Improved skill and capacity of the different target groups (VVC/Women and Youth) to address the local issues especially Human Trafficking, unsafe migration and child labour.
  • Increased local job opportunities and enhanced income for the target school dropout youth through vocational training on viable trades.
  • Enhanced Networking and Partnership with various departments/agencies for safeguarding the Rights of the target communities

The Arise Foundation helped people in various ways through Women Group, Youth Group, Remedial Classes, skill training for drop out youth, tailoring course, Petty shops; goat raising, poultry, livelihood activities, handicrafts items and vegetable gardens. The target women groups, youth groups and individual beneficiaries have increased their income during this period through various programmes. The attitude of readiness to learn for their sustainability and help others to come up in life. Arise foundation also helped for so called 25 needy people; sick, widows and differently abled person by providing dry food items monthly bases.

The project could able to help villagers directly as well as indirectly.

Total Number Men Women Children (U-18) Adults Over-60
Directly 1631 136 277 750 388 80
Indirectly 792 118 421 68 150 35
Total 2423 254 698 818 538 115

The awareness on human trafficking empowering villagers to voice out in the villages. The target population are taking steps to prevent human trafficking in the area concerned. They are working as team to prevent from traffickers.