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Odisha Women Work to Stop Human Trafficking

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    August 31, 2015
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NCW chairperson:  “Trafficking is a horrible social issue which is worse than cancer and it needs to be stamped out. Both source and destination States are required to work in partnership with the government and non-government organisations to prevent trafficking.”

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