Listen to the silence. And then speak – for it is only we break the silence that we can prevent, help, heal and recover.
RAHI engages in a continuous conversation through talks, programs and counseling services to raise awareness about Incest and Child Sexual Abuse (CSA).
It happens under our nose, and we don’t know what to do about it.
RAHI works to reduce the risk of Incest and Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) in India by increasing awareness of and the capacity to address prevention and recovery.
Do we really think this happens to someone else, not in our homes, not in our city, not in our country?
RAHI has been building a body of Incest and Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) literature in the Indian context. An informed reality allows us to facilitate prevention, disclosure and recovery.
If someone tells me or I find out, what should I do?
RAHI has worked for almost two decades to equip individuals and groups to stop and effectively intervene in instances of Incest and Child Sexual Abuse (CSA).
Women survivors of Incest and Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) decide to walk the journey to recovery and then help others do the same.
RAHI is a safe space and support centre for women who have survived incest and abuse.
Although the majority of the students felt their knowledge on CSA/incest was limited, they acknowledged that children are not always safe at home and that it is imperative to act to end incest/CSA. read more
This is one of the questions that sparked a debate among the 70 students attending RAHI's workshop at Allahabad University on 14 September. The relationship between a survivor and her read more
This August, the International Center for Research on Women invited RAHI to conduct another one-day teacher training workshop for teachers from the Jharkhand District in Ranchi as a part of their ongoing read more
We understand survivors
RAHI : The first and only organization in India for women survivors of Incest and Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) since 1996. Professional, informed, uniquely positioned to facilitate the recovery process for women survivors through an informed and distinctive model of healing.
A support centre for survivors, RAHI is a feminist group that goes beyond ‘breaking the silence’ around incest/ CSA. Awareness, education, prevention and recovery established within the larger issue of social change…read more
School and College Programs equip students, teachers, counsellors and parents to handle disclosure and facilitate intervention. The PEP (Peer Education Program) and ASAP (Adolescents against Sexual Abuse Programs)...read more
RAHI’s distinctive Model of Healing facilitates the recovery process for women survivors through individual and group therapy. The new Firebird Project empowers survivors, transforming their trauma to catalyze social action...read more
RAHI works in different formats with Individuals, Groups and NGOs to inform, educate, train and equip them – thus building capacity to effectively prevent Incest and CSA, and intervene where it occurs...read more
If someone trusts you enough to tell you about an incident of sexual abuse, you are in an important position to help the person recover. What should you do? Click here for guidance.
Much of RAHI’s work has been possible because of the support of individuals and organizations, support that comes in many forms – money, professional help, material requirements, space...read more
Nandana Sen, actor and theatre personality is a RAHI Cause Ambassador and spokesperson, who has used her professional and celebrity status to create awareness about incest and child sexual abuse...read more