Fashion Designer Targets Sex Trafficking Problem

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In some parts of the world, families have been known to sell their daughters to sex traffickers because they can't afford to feed them.

In the Asian nation of Nepal, a young girl can be bought for as little as $19 and resold for more than $500.

The Nepali Rescue Project is helping rescue victims of the sex trafficking industry, giving them life skills to re-entire society. Now they are getting a big boost from a fashion designer Katie Martinez.

Martinez spoke with CBN News about how she is using her talents to invest in The Nepali Rescue Project and the difference it is making.

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