Women trafficking in Nepal

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Human trafficking in Nepal is a growing
criminal industry affecting multiple
other countries beyond Nepal, primarily
across Asia and the Middle East. Nepal is
mainly a source country for men, women
and children subjected to forced labor
and sex trafficking. The Trafficking in
Persons Report (TIP) compiled by the US
State Department rates Nepal as Tier 2,
the explanation of which is “the
government does not fully comply with the
minimum standards for the elimination of
trafficking; however, it is making
significant efforts to do so.”

Human trafficking is the fastest growing
criminal industry in the world, second to
drug dealing and tied with arms dealing.
According to the United Nations Office on
Drugs and Crime, human trafficking is the
acquisition of people by improper means
such as deception, force, or fraud, with
the goal of exploiting them. All
countries are affected as source or
destination countries or a combination of
both, although developing countries tend
to be source countries for developed
nations. According to a conservative
estimate by the International Labour
Organization, around 2.4 million people—
overwhelmingly women and girls—are
currently in forced labor as a result of
trafficking, creating a 32 billion USD
industry worldwide. Annually,
approximately 600,000-800,000 people are
trafficked across national borders around
the world, 80 percent of whom are women
and girls. Around 1.2 million victims of
trafficking are minors: around 43% are
trafficked for commercial sexual
exploitation while 32% are for
involuntary servitude, and 25% for a
mixture of both. Nepali victims are
trafficked within Nepal, the Middle East,
and even Europe plus other areas such as
Malaysia and forced to become
prostitutes, domestic servants, beggars,
factory workers, mine workers, circus
performers, child soldiers, and others

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