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Girl Trafficking in Nepal
Tens of thousands of Nepalese girls and women are trafficked each year. They end up in brothels as sex workers or in homes and factories as slaves. They are trafficked within Nepal and to countries such as India, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the UAE.
Nepal is traditionally a patriarchal society where women in general and girl children in particular are treated as second class citizens. While this is changing in the cities and larger towns where people are more educated, discrimination still exists in rural areas, especially among low caste and marginalized indigenous communities. Girls are simply not valued as much as their brothers.
This discrimination manifests itself in many ways, but one of the most insidious is the failure to understand the significance educating a girl child. One of the reasons girls are valued less is because, traditionally, they have not been educated. And if they have little value, why educate them. This self perpetuating spiral of ignorance and worthlessness results in girls being seen as expendable commodities, at least in relation to boys, and known risks are put aside if there is a chance that she can find work and send back much needed cash to her family.
Girls and their families are tricked with promises of good paying jobs in glamorous cities, lured by proposals of marriage from handsome strangers and sometimes just taken and sold by middlemen known as dalals. Nepal is a source country for many migrant workers and this has brought a new threat; dalals now pose as manpower agents, actually taking money from the families of the girls, promising to find them work in another country, then selling them on as slaves.

Our Solution
Our solution is quite simple:
Keep at risk girls in school and they don’t get trafficked for sex work, domestic slavery and they don’t become child brides.
RHEST relieves the financial burden of the costs of education; uniforms, books, fees, pens and pencils and counsels families on the importance of educating girls.
Once in the program, we keep an eye on their progress and attendance and offers encouragement and support. The girls, their families and communities are visited regularly by RHEST staff who talk with them about risks young girls face, the importance of education and the rights of women and children.
Our solution also works:
When we start working in a certain area, often we have to go door to door, persuading reluctant parents to allow their daughters to go to school. After the community sees how valuable educated girls are, families start to bring their daughters to us without any need of coercion. We have even seen families recognize the changes in their community values enrolling their daughters in school without the financial support of RHEST.
We also know our solution works because in two decades since the program started, over ten thousand girls have been touched by RHEST and not one has been lost to trafficking – NOT ONE! * Stop Girl Trafficking

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From kantipur
Man gets 25-year jail for trafficking of girls
- Anup Ojha
BHAKTAPUR, NOV 11 - The Bhaktapur District Court has slapped a man with 25-year jail sentence and Rs 225,000 fine after he was found guilty of trafficking girls to the bordering Chinese town of Khasa.
A single bench of Judge Lekhanath Dhakal on Monday announced the verdict against 29-year-old Ashimanraj Tamang after the court found him guilty of trafficking two Nepali girls to Khasa and selling them to a brothel operator there. The court has also ordered Tamang to pay a compensation amount of Rs 125,000 to each victim.
Tamang was arrested last year by a team from the Boarder Police Station (BPS) with the help of a monitoring team of Maiti Nepal, a non-profit organisation that works against human trafficking. The girls, however, escaped from the brothel and lodged a complain against Tamang at Maiti Nepal.
According to Sajani Joshi, a layer at Maiti Nepal, Tamang had taken three girls to Khasa. The whereabouts of the third girl is still unknown. A permanent resident of Dolakha, Tamang has been serving time in Dillibazar prison since April after the Kathmandu District Court had sentenced him to 20 years with a fine of Rs 200,000 in another case related to human trafficking.
According to Maiti Nepal, the trend of trafficking young girls to Khasha is on the rise. Traffickers are found to have lured young girls from Sindhupalchok, Rasuwa, Dolakha and other districts and forced them into prostitution in the Tibetan town across the border.
“During a survey visit to Khasa four years, our team had found as many as 150 Nepali girls working as sex workers. Police report suggests the number has doubled since,” Joshi said. Maiti Nepal has rescued 37 girls from Khasha so far.
“We have found that pimps take girls from dance bars and massage parlours in Kathmandu and Pokhara to the Chinese town on a temporary boarder pass,” said Keshav Shah, inspector at BPS. Most of the traffickers hail from Sindhupalchok and Dolakha districts as the border immigration office issues free passes for people of Sindhupalchok district to cross over to Khasha for a year.
“People from these districts have a better knowledge of Khasha bazaar where many Nepalis are running dance bars and cabin restaurants too,” said Shah. At least 25 dance bars and dozens of cabin restaurants operate in Khasa, according to police.
Posted on: 2014-11-12 09:33

Trafficked woman rescued from India * Bagmati * Crime * Nepal
17/06/2015
Bhaktapur Police have rescued a woman who was trafficked to Meghalaya in India with a false promise of marriage.
“Police rescued Sunita Khattri and brought her back to Bhaktapur on June 9 from Meghalaya”, said Bikash Shrestha, Superintendent of Police (SP) at Bhaktapur Metropolitan Police.
The 21-year old originally from Thangpalkot-2 in Sindhupalchowk, was working at an Offset Press at Byasi in Bhaktapur district when 17 year old Suman Tamang courted her .
Tamang of Shikharbesi-9 Nuwakot, who worked at the same place, is said to have courted and promised to marry her before taking her to India, according to SP Shrestha.
The investigation has unveiled that the gullible girl believed the 17-year-old and followed him to India on June 1 to settle down there as per the boy’s plan.
Khatri told police that Tamang had brought her to Kathmandu first. After spending the night in a guesthouse, she was taken to Chitwan and past the Nepal-India borders nest day with a pretext of taking her on a tour before marrying.
Eventually she ended up in Meghalaya in Shilong via Silgudi surrounded by eight men.
Luckily, just before she was handed over to a Nepali speaking woman in Meghalaya, another woman, Sangita Shrestha, who also spoke Nepali came to her rescue.
After seeing Khatri refusing to go with the woman, Shrestha is said to have intervened and informed the police.
Tamang along with his accomplices fled as soon as the woman threatened to call the police, investigation revealed.
Both Nepali and Indian police are in the hunt for Tamang. RSS Rfepublica
Trafficked woman rescued from India * 17 Jun 2015 | 16:45pm * * REPUBLICA * DISQUS_COMMENTS
BHAKTAPUR, June 17: Police here have rescued a woman from Thangpalkot-2 in Sindhupalchowk trafficked to India by her beau under the pretext of marriage.

Police rescued Sunita Khattri and brought her Bhaktapur on June 9 from Meghalaya, shared Bikash Shrestha, Superintendent of Police (SP) at Bhaktapur Metropolitan Police.

The 21-year old was working at an Offset Press at Byasi in Bhaktapur district. Her colleague, Suman Tamang, took her fancy and promised her to marry her after courting with her, added SP Shrestha.

The investigation has unveiled that the gullible girl believed her 17-year-old beau and followed him to India on June 1 to settle down there as per her beau's plan.
But with the help of some Nepali origin people in Meghalaya, she was saved by police from landing in flesh trade. RSS…...

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