Trafficking denies 15 million women in India- at least 40% of them adolescent girls - the right to life, liberty, safety, education, voluntary employment and well-being. Trafficking impedes efforts to improve health, increase economic growth and achieve gender equality, and hampers the life chances of children, adolescent girls and women. Zero Traffick focuses on framing the complex issue of sex trafficking in India. It highlights how identifying the underlying factors contributing to sex trafficking, strengthening institutional capacity and engaging key responders, focusing anti-sex traffiicking efforts on the demand side, and investing in an integrated human rights approach could end this modern-day slavery. Dasra has evaluated over 80 non-profits working in the sector and highlighted 13 organizations with the most scalable and impactful programs on the ground.