Nepal: Adoption and trafficking

Deepak's Diary on the adoption racket in Nepal. “In a poverty-stricken country like Nepal, parents may well be ready to sale their kids. One: hoping for the well-being of their kids; that they will get quality education and thereby quality life in a Western country. Second: they may have been lured by the false promises and the money from the traffickers.”

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