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Group helps Indian women leave prostitution

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Group helps Indian women leave prostitution

Sex workers of Prem Naga, just outside Dehli.

World Vision Report/Sunita Thakur

In the outskirts of Delhi, a community has institutionalized prostitution as a way of life. The women there are encouraged — even forced — to work as prostitutes by their husbands. One organization, Apne Aap, is helping these women find alternative work and promise for the next generation.

This story originally aired on the World Vision Report. We got it from the Public Radio Exchange.

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