ESSAY:Trafficking for Prostitution in Nepal

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Subject: ESSAY:Trafficking for Prostitution in Nepal
From: Jyothi Kanics (jkanics@igc.org)
Date: Thu Jun 03 1999 - 10:07:02 EDT


http://www.angelfire.com/az/Anisha/traffic.html
Full-text available on-line in English, brief outline listed below
especially for those interested in NEPAL

Trafficking for Prostitution in Nepal
 by Anisha Schubert
University of Bremen, Germany
ENRO - post-graduate course on Development Policy with Focus on
Non-Governmental
Organisations

updated on: May 28, 1999

                       "Mine are the tears
                    that froze with the pain
                         Mine is the pain
                        that has no name"
                               Joseph Gathia 1999

INTRODUCTION
THE CONTEXT: NEPAL
   Geography
   The historical and political background
   Population
WHAT IS MEANT BY 'TRAFFICKING'?
THE STATUS OF WOMEN
THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF PROSTITUTION
   The Deuki system
   The Badi community
   The Ranas' concubines
THE ROAD TO THE BROTHELS
   The beginning of the journey
   Recruitment
   Destinations
      India
      Intra-country trafficking
      The Gulf and South East Asia
THE RETURN
THE ACTORS
FACTORS
   Economic factors
   Social and cultural factors
   Political factors
HEALTH IMPLICATIONS
   Psychological problems
   Physical problems
      HIV/AIDS - the "Bombay disease"
INTERVENTION
SUMMARY
CONCLUSIONS
ABBREVIATIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHY


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