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First Floods then Human Traffickers

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    October 5, 2015
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Traffickers manage to get into dense islands in India called the Sundaarbans, accessible only by boat. Children are easily forced into prostitution due to poverty and climate change that is causing severe flooding.  But Save the Children India and their partners are fighting back…working to stop the problem by setting up small classes in the villages of about 30 children, mostly girls, to get them caught up on their studies, so they can enrolled again in formal schooling.

 

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