Pink Belt Mission is a project that aims to provide tools, techniques and knowledge to strengthen women, help them fight violence and respond to related challenges. With a team of 2,000 trainers, the project has helped over 1.5 lakh women across 12 states since its launch in 2016. In February 2020, the mission won the Guinness Book of World Records for organising the largest self-defence training class with 7,401 participants & broke Guinness World Record made by Brazil earlier.
“People often talk about self-defence training and making women aware of their legal rights. When an incident happens, people talk about taking the accused to fast-track court or demand capital punishment. But nobody talks about the victim and what happens to her immediately after the incident,” said Rajawat.
In 2016 our founder Aparna Rajawat started Aaleya Welfare Society to sponsor education for poor kids. Later, she started Pink Belt Mission with the objective to strengthen every Indian women by providing them health awareness, safety techniques, legal rights, cybercrime, self-defense, computer literacy, and vocational trainings in order to prevent sexual and domestic abuse.