Saahas comprises a directory of support across 196 countries, a database of guidance notes on understanding gender-based violence and ways to respond to them. The directory of support comprises over 40000 organizations across 196 countries offering medical, legal, education / employment, resources (food, shelter, clothing, emergency support), consular and refugee-specific support, police and ambulance services for survivors of gender-based violence and child support services.

Survivors who have faced violence either don’t know where to go for help, or don’t have resources to find out where to go for help. Sometimes, their situation prevents them from finding help, and that can be extremely dangerous to their safety. The name Saahas, in Hindi, translates to mean “Courage.” The app recognizes that a survivor’s choice to stand up to violence and a bystander’s choice to intervene in a case of violence is an act of courage

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To find help right away, click on the little dialog box you see at the bottom on the right hand side. Enter the city / state / country you are from to look for help closest to you.

Read about the law, your rights, and reporting GBV here.
Engage with the chatbot version on Facebook.

Engage with the chatbot version on Telegram as @SaahasBot.

Follow the Saahas handle on Instagram as

Join the Saahas Telegram channel here.

Read the Saahas Principles here.

Spend time in the Saahas Community Space here.

If you are a survivor looking at skills acquisition, head here.

You may also access the Saahas web app in:

Arabic | Chinese | English | French | Russian | Spanish