NATIONAL ANTI-TRAFFICKING COMMITTEE is registered under the U/ACT 1882 (No. 5628/16).Our Organization is established all over India.
Human trafficking is the third largest form of transnational organised crime after firearms and drugs involving the exploitation of someone for the purposes of compelled labor or a commercial sex act through the use of force, fraud, or coercion.
NATIONAL ANTI-TRAFFICKING COMMITTEE(NATC) works to stop the abuse and harm which is caused by human trafficking and protect women and children from the threats of human trafficking by defending their rights and dignity,supporting their education and health and other essential needs.Proper facilities should be provided at native places so that parents do not opt different ways of selling their kids for the sake of money. Above all attitude towards women and young girls must change.
NATIONAL ANTI-TRAFFICKING COMMITTEE(NATC) is a global movement of activists from all sectors of society who passionately give their time, energy and heart with their extreme care and innovative strategies to build resilient communities. We are a multi disciplinary team to combat a complex crime and prevent human trafficking, its harm and abuse to human beings. We campaign for a traffik-free world!
NATIONAL ANTI-TRAFFICKING COMMITTEE(NATC) is working against child labour,to save dropout students,to stop early marriage,to protect human rights,to protect ST,SC,OBC minority community, to establish and stop traffiking of physically handicapped and disabled or mentally retarded person and to provide them shelter, food, medical, clothing or other help, provide financal support for running schools,colledges,reseach centres,to provide services for domestic violence and sexual assult centres,reproductive health centres,homeless shelter,shelters for runaway and homeless youth. West Bengal has 2,217 kms of borders with Bangladesh, 92 kms with Nepal and 175 kms with Bhutan through which women, girls, boys and the young and the able bodied are in constant movement; the economic injustice and poverty are the reasons for taking unknown higher risks; ultimately they are trapped in the trafficking rackets.