The GBVHelpMap is a Tech-For-Good initiative by The Red Elephant Foundation. It maps verified Legal aid, Medical aid (physical and psychological), Resource (food, shelter, clothing, crisis response) providers, Police hotlines, Ambulance hotlines and Consular / Embassy centres across 195 countries (North Korea is not included due to lack of data & Syria has not been mapped owing to the civil war and inaccuracy of data). The map will also be available as an app shortly.Read more
GeoSure is a new technology providing personalized travel safety content via mobile. Crowd-sourcing and data feeds from global sources fuel proprietary risk algorithms, delivering powerful threat temperatures to assess relative vulnerability anywhere in the world, street level, real-time. Essential to the world traveler, GeoSure responds to the safety information needs of business, holiday and educational travelers.
GeoSure aggregates, analyzes and evaluates hundreds of data sources, then further processes the data through rigorous vetting and statistical algorithms. The resulting information takes the form of GeoSure Threat Temperatures™. Our data are harvested from organizations such as WHO, UN, CDC, Interpol, human rights organizations, city and country crime statistics, plus many private and propriety data feeds, including a wide range of textual data harvested from the web.
GeoSure has rated every country, every city and will soon rate every neighborhood of every city in the world on six safety categories: overall security, physical harm, theft, basic freedoms, disease & medical and women’s safety.Read more
Taxshe’s aim is to provide women drivers on call for you, to pick up and drive your children to and from school, to drive your parents for medical appointments, to drive your wife and sisters to work, for shopping trips and family gatherings. Our aim is to create a safe environment for our families to move around. The structure is simple –YOUR CAR AND OUR DRIVER (ONLY WOMEN)Read more
Nirbhaya: Be Fearless© is an android emergency application, which can send a distress call or emergency message to a specified contact or group in an emergency situation faced by a woman or any other individual in general. Correct Location, Information and Communication, with and from the app is dependent upon the basic hardware/software requirements, like – Active Data plan, SMS plan, minimum talk time and active GPS functionality.
Join the Safecity initiative and help others by STAMPing the ‘Safe’ and ‘Unsafe’ areas in your city. Use the app to create Safety Heat Maps for your cities.
Nirbhaya is a paid app on the iOS platform and offers in-app purchases.
Read more about the app on their blogRead more
SafeTrac, is a free android app intended to provide enhanced safety and security. Through SafeTrac, the user’s journey can be safely tracked and monitored through the internet. In case of an emergency or when the user feels unsafe or threatened, they can click on the ‘Emergency’ button in the application. This immediately sends out an SMS and email alert to the emergency contacts registered by the user. Since the location of the user is readily known, help can be rushed in immediately. The users will need to register at the site and using SafeTrac is simple:
- You will need to register at the site to get your user id and password.
- Before launching the client app on your mobile, please ensure that your gps service is enabled. Normally on most android phones gps will be available on the same bar as wifi, Bluetooth, auto-rotation etc.
- On launching the app, the app will invoke the GPS service and start sending your coordinates to the server. You can log into the safetrac site with the user id and password that you had registered. You should be able to see your current trip being listed as active under the security tracker.
- On clicking on the map, you will see your current location and the map gets automatically refreshed to show your location. Hence your entire trip can be safely tracked and monitored.
- If you are feeling unsafe or threatened, you can activate the emergency button. On clicking the button, an SMS and email automatically get sent out to emergency contacts that you had registered.
- After your trip is complete, on clicking the exit button, the app stops tracking and the trip is marked as complete on the safetrac site.
For any questions or suggestions please feel free to write to email@example.com
Majority of women assume they are physically helpless against a bigger and more aggressive man. This mind-set cannot be changed in a few hours of training. Hence when teaching women personal safety to women, more stress has to be given on the psychological aspects of handling a sexual aggressor. The teaching should focus more on how to anticipate and evade a sexual offender from approaching i.e the Preventive & Pre-emptive aspects! The physical aspect of personal safety has to be a last resort when the victim has been surprised or she has failed to anticipate. The physical tactics should only use gross motor skills which can be implemented intuitively under stress. Complicated and layered tactics will fail, since they require sustained practice. And above all they should work for a small woman against a bigger aggressor. KravMaga offers various courses and trainings on handling street harassment and self defense.
For more details on KravMaga contact Mr. Sreeram on +9193400 06600
“Young men need to socialize in such a way that rape is as unthinkable to them as cannibalism”
We sincerely believe that not all men want to harass women. We have a bunch of young men who have been part of our campaigns and are committed to making surroundings safe for everyone.
Over workshops with young men and research on this subject, we have found that young men often think they are giving a girl a compliment when they whistle at her or make a pass. Sometimes they do it under peer pressure not fully understanding how their actions may harm someone. Maybe it a compliment, but if it makes her uncomfortable, it is harassment. And to find a solution to end harassment, young boys have to be brought into the conversation.
We have a series of workshops to engage young men and have conversations with them to understand their perspective, share new ideas and ways to interact, educate them on when it becomes harassment. Some workshops are 30 min and some longer about 90 minutes. All workshops in this category are led by young men.
The workshops also train young men on how to deal with each other and be part of a solution without putting themselves in harms way.
If you are a young man and would like to volunteer to facilitate these workshops, do share your details with us.Read more
Sayfty is a global organization that aims to prepare women and girls to fight against violence by equipping them with information, awareness and personal self-defense tools.
Our vision is to make the world a safer place for women. We aim to provide women with personal self-defense products and training, which will boost their confidence and prepare them better for unsafe situations. Through our training and products we want to make women more aware and alert of their surroundings and give them the power to do something about their personal safety.
Sayfty Sprays are endorsed by the UP police.
Key Features of 35gm bottle type
- THUMB-CUT DOME for instant use even in the dark. No need to open the cap
- Spray nozzle always points towards attacker’s face
- Spray reaching up to 7 feet
- Rapid action within seconds
- Disabling the attacker for 30 to 45 minutes
- Every bottle ‘test sprayed’ before shipping
- Non toxic, non lethal and no permanent after effects
- Tested and Certified from government approved lab
MRP: Rs. 399/-