Girl Trafficking

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Maria Gurung
Dianne Jhonson
26th Sep 2012

Girl Trafficking in Nepal

Specific Purpose
To inform my audience about the trafficking of innocent girls from rural area of Nepal to India for prostitution.

Central Idea
Girl trafficking is a major social issue and a major crime but is a profitable business in Nepal. Innocent girls from rural area of Nepal are lured by traffickers and sold into brothels of India.This problem must be solved as a result we must be aware of the causes, the situation and the measures that are being taken.

Introduction
Women's have reached a peak of success as we've seen many living examples. But is this true for girls and women all around the world. No it isn't, if you peek into the situation of girls in rural area of Nepal, thousands of questions will emerge. Where is Nepal?

Developing country.
Sand witched in between huge countries like China and India. Girls in remote parts of Nepal aren't given education, deprived of facilities and has to stay under the decisions made by male and the main point that i'll be talking through out which I want everyone to know is that girls are sold by their own biological parents and relatives. What crime did they commit? What was their mistake?

Was it only because they were born as female into a poor family of a developing country.

Body
Girl trafficking is a lucrative business
Traffickers lure innocent girls and sell them for prostitution and slavery. Trafficking of girls from Nepal to India and some Asian countries is probably the busiest slave traffic in the world. Brokers set their trap in rural areas of Nepal.

People in such area are poor, uneducated and starve till death to earn little amount of money. Families, because of economic desperation become their prey: some send their daughters knowing they would end up into a brothel. some are tricked, they believe that the brokers would find their daughter suitable job and they...
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