Source: Amar Ujala (04-Oct-2018)
Impulse NGO Network (INGON) was started with the purpose of addressing trafficking of women and children of northeast India for sexual exploitation and forced labour, but given the enormity and spread of the problem, our work in this area soon extended to other parts of the country, and around the world as well.
Over the years, INGON has been involved in the rescue and rehabilitation of thousands of women and children, with its globally acknowledged “Impulse Model”. The organisation continues to expand by empowering individuals, educating stakeholders, and building capacity across borders, with passion and professionalism – all adding up to reduce the demand and supply of humans for trafficking, and put an end to sexual exploitation and forced labour worldwide. [continue reading, here]