Rating: 5 stars   21 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Disaster Aid, Health, Human Services, International


109 Church Street, Apt 202 New Haven CT 06510 USA


Cents of Relief endeavors to allow vulnerable populations, particularly women in prostitution and their children, access to healthcare and prevention from human trafficking. Our projects are dedicated towards providing educational opportunities, improving healthcare, and stopping human trafficking in hopes of permitting these individuals to enjoy the basic necessities of life.

Target demographics:

Women and children who have been trafficked or are at risk of human trafficking.

Geographic areas served:

South Asia


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Rating: 5 stars  

8 people found this review helpful

I have started to work with Cents of Relief since 2003 with another partner organization. Now i have started my own organisation called Destiny FOundation and is working very closely with COR.They have been extrmenly supportive and has helped us with funding and insight on health issues to our women who have been trafficked experience.I have worked with Anup on creating relationships with other NGOS so that he could provide burn reconstruction on women who have been burned in the red-light areas of India"I wish them all the best in their future endevour. --

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

They have been very active,sending public health volunteers to India,supplying education health awareness material,org health workshop.They conducted reasearch project in the red-light area interviewing the clients of prostituded women.

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About every week

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