Wednesday, 2 September 2015
'I was forced to serve 30 men a day, seven days a week'
EXCLUSIVE: Sunita Duanwar (left) was just 14 when she was trapped in a Mumbai brothel, sold into the sex industry and locked in a room until she was rescued - and has dedicated her life to helping prevent girls meeting the same fate.
But following the devastating earthquake in Nepal earlier this year, her job has become even more difficult as the traffickers target vulnerable families, particularly those living in Shindhupalchowk District (top right). In June, a charity rescued nine girls from the area (two pictured bottom right) who were en route to India - but Sunita fears there are many more.