Aimed at rehabilitating crisis-stricken survivors of human trafficking, women and girls, AADI’s pioneering BEST (Building Entrepreneurs to Stop Trafficking) initiative readies such people for viable and respectable professions through skill development training.

By employing technology as a skill-force, AADI directs disadvantaged women and girls, the victims of women and girls trafficking, to join the national mainstream through entrepreneurship, IT skills training and Crowdsourced Task Contributors (CCTC) training. The BEST program offers five-months training following which it set the students up with online work to generate income, thereby empowering their rights.


  • Equipping survivors of human trafficking with new-age skills training
  • Providing financial independence to trafficked victims
  • Securing dignified livelihoods to protect and prevent women from being trafficked again
  • Creating a robust ecosystem for enabling decent employment opportunities for women