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Photo of a woman in a light blue salary standing leaning against a wall in what looks like arun-down neighbourhood. The text over the image reads: "Shanta Kamble was a sex worker for 15 years. She lives in Uttamnagar, Miraj, a town in southern Maharashtra. As a young girl with polio, Shanta ran away from home."
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Lives of Sex Workers living with disabilities from VAMP

Following are some short clips made by Point of View, Mumbai  in collaboration with SANGRAM, Sangli about the lives of sex workers living with disabilities from Veshya Anyay Mukti Parishad [VAMP] in Maharashtra, India.




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