Suparna Gupta

Suparna founded Aangan with a psychosocial programme for child survivors in a Mumbai rescue home. This grew into a country-wide programme with state departments to improve care, conditions, and rehabilitation in state-run rescue homes. By 2013, the work led her back to districts with high incidence of child trafficking, child marriage, and child labour; and she developed a community based prevention model, which currently runs in six districts. Suparna is also an Ashoka fellow and an Asia 21 Young Leader.

Articles by Suparna Gupta

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