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Stopping Sex Slavery on the Tibet Border

Posted by Christian Newswire on Mar 7, 2012 at 07:41 PM

In the past 15 months at this station, 117 girls have been rescued from a life of sex slavery, and 9 traffickers have been brought to justice.

FRANKLIN, Tenn.,—Free for Life International, a non-profit organization based in Franklin, Tennessee, in partnership with Peace Rehabilitation Center (P.R.C.) of Kathmandu, Nepal, is pleased to announce the opening of the very first human trafficking border monitoring station on the Tibet border. This station is designed to prevent the buying and selling of young Nepali girls into Tibet. Traffickers continue to lure young women through false promises of a better life, but instead of prosperity what awaits them is a life of sexual slavery. Each year an estimated 1,000 young Nepali women are trafficked out of the country.


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