Since 1989, Sakhi has broken the silence surrounding gender-based violence, clarified its root causes through an intersectional lens, and recognized it as both a pressing and systemic issue.
In building justice and equity for survivors, Sakhi actively invests in providing direct services, educating our community and building awareness that advocates for systems-change work. Active engagement from community members is necessary to our process, as we continue to take a survivor-centric approach that illuminates the complex realities and needs of our community.
2 out of 5
South Asian immigrant women in the U.S. are survivors of domestic violence, compared to a national average of 1 out of 4 women.Donate