The overall objective of this study was to understand more fully the process and context of trafficking young women from Nepal to India for sex work. Data were collected from 42 in-depth interviews with trafficked women returned to Nepal and with key informants; quantitative data were also collated from health records of 206 trafficked women at rehabilitation centres.The results are briefly presented and the policy implications discussed. A figure is used to illustrate the conceptual framework of entry and exit to sex trafficking.
University of Southampton. Sex Trafficking in Nepal: Process and Context. Opportunities and Choices Factsheet 22 (2003) 2 pp.