Charity workers are picking up the pieces in the stricken country in a bid to rescue kids as young as three from the vile exploitation trades
In heartbreaking scenes, the youngsters have been scavenging through the rubble and the tent cities in the region during the three months since it was shaken by two devastating tremors.
Some have been orphaned, some abandoned – and many have been picked up by people traffickers and sold into work or the sex industry.
Others have been rounded up and live in tents guarded by police to protect them from the vile trades.
Julia Krepska, director of charity Our Sansar, is still working in some of the most remote areas to find such victims. The charity hopes to help 500 children over the next year – just a…
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