Origin and Overview

Chaithanya Mahila Mandali was founded in 2001 by Ms.Jayamma a sex-trafficked survivor and by a dedicated social worker  Jaya Singh.Thomas  who helped Ms.Jayamma to come out of the sexual slavery in the year 1999 while Jaya Singh.Thomas was doing a research work among the Street Children and women in sex   work/prostitution in Hyderabad,decided to help  and save the many  women and girls affected and living in sexual slavery  and begun their journey of service bearing  with all odds and difficulties. By offering help to these vulnerable women and children who were facing social injustice, poverty and hunger especially  from the sex work  background,( while helping them) they found lot of  satisfaction,hope and positive impact which motivated them to be the strong individuals/ activists and that become their  strong vision and formed the organization with the help of others and registered as a Non-profit Organization in January.24.2001.

Over the years, the organization's field of work increased: Prevention and control of sexually transmitted infections, prevention of women and children entering into the sex industry and providing alternate livelihood options for those who want to give up sex work, creating awareness on Human Trafficking, educational support to vulnerable, the poor and needy both in urban and rural areas at the State and National level...




Empower vulnerable children, youth and women, address the illiteracy, human-made social injustice, abuse, poverty and hunger so as to build a brighter future.



Finding and creating long lasting solutions to address Illiteracy, end human-made social injustice, poverty and hunger.

Identify, protect, capacitate and promote CMM's visions in order to be a role model.



  • Solidarity
  • Partnership
  • Empowerment
  • Strive for excellence
  • Accountability
  • Non-discrimination
  • Subsidiarity


  • CMM serves all people regardless of religion, caste, race, and ethnicity.
  • CMM does not encourage prostitution - at the same time we are not judgmental
  • CMM refuses to call sex work a work just as any other profession since many of the persons concerned have been forced into prostitution.
  • Hence we are also support second generation prevention.
  • CMM believes in rehabilitation - but not in form of forcible rehabilitation.
  • Children, girls and women in prostitution are victims not culprits, hence the punishment should go to the one who is behind


In general, CMM wants to

... cooperate with like-minded institutions and individuals in India and all over the world

... make use of the capacities of women and children for Community Based Organisations (CBO)

... open to media and research in order to share knowledge and experiences

... promote volunteering


CMM's target group are women and children in sex industry, most of them have been trafficked and forced into sex work, many of them are affected by AIDS/HIV. For these vulnerable people, CMM wants to provide
... Information about AIDS and reproductive diseases
... Prevention of children from entering into sex trade
... Rehabilitation of those who are willing to be rehabilitated
... Empowerment through institutional and community based support, education and training
... Medical aid

... Legal aid
... Care, homes and necessary facilities to orphans

... Community for sex workers and those affected by HIV, promotion of participation for an effective network
... Economical development by micro-credit and self-help concepts
... Information about the human rights and different legislative enactments for their protection

... Counselling in situations of any kind

Dear Friends,


we would be honoured by every penny of your contributions that shall directly impact a girl who is in a vulnerable situation dreaming of a safe future or a family in distress to come out to lead a better life...

Would you be willing to contribute and join hands with us to make her or a family dream come true ..do consider contacting us @ cmmhyd@gmail.com or Call us .. Thanking You in Advance!!




CMM Team.


CMM-President Ms. Bandari Jayamma receives CII Woman Exemplar Award 2017 by the hands of Shri. Pranab Mukherjee, Hon'ble President of India on April 27, 2017 at ITC Maurya, New Delhi

Chaithanya Happy Home Children activity being telecasted by Vanitha TV on May 18th, 2015

Ms. Bandari Jayamma, President of CMM, has been interviewed by TV5 News Channel, telecasted on December 21st, 2016

Testimony from a Beneficiary


Last update:

Sep. 20. 2021


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