Every year thousands of girls and young women are trafficked from Nepal to work in the sex trade, mainly in neighbouring India. The country has long been a target for traffickers - but one woman is risking her life to stop them. 67 year old Anuradha Koirala is the founder of Maiti Nepal. The charity has rescued 30,000 women and girls, helped to convict 1200 traffickers, and runs refuges for women who've escaped the sex trade. Photo: Anuradha Koirala trains former victims to spot trafficking along Nepal's borders. Credit: Jonas Gratzer/GettyImages.