Rosa Center for Women War Victims –is a feminist, antimilitarist, non-governmental, non-profit organization, founded in 1992 by feminist and peace activists. Their mission is to reduce patriarchal violence against women, to strengthen the position of women and to promote the empowerment of women.

They are implementing a Program against Trafficking in Women and Girls for Sexual Exploitation by direct work with women survivors of trafficking - SOS Help line, counseling in person - legal and psychological support; helping finding accommodation in the shelters or other alternative solutions for socialization. They also work on raising public awareness on the issue of trafficking, and lobby for legal changes in favor of survivors of trafficking.

They expect to achieve better treatment and support to women survivors of trafficking in process of recovery from difficult trauma that they survived as victims.