The American Jewish World Service recently released the second video for their Ending Child Marriage campaign. This video features Khushi Prajapati's story as a female taxi driver in the busy streets of Delhi, India. As part of a fleet of women taxi drivers, Khushi is an integral part of the Azad Foundation's approach to ending child marriage. Through Azad's training, women learn to drive, are trained in self-defense, and become financially independent, which enables them to avoid early child marriage.
The video was picked up by Women in the World, a New York Times affiliate, and has received a wonderful response to Khushi's inspiring story.
Watch the full video here.