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Following the death of her father, young Moe started working at odd jobs. She was kidnapped while in a trading town on the Chinese border, and forced to "marry" in China. Photo © 2011 Khaing Min Htoo/World Vision
Manichan is a World Vision staff member in charge of awareness campaigns against human trafficking in Savannakhet, Laos. Photo © 2010 Cecil Laguardia/World Vision
Salay Ry, 13, works hard in the brick factory to help earn income to repay the debt of his family to the owner of the factory. Photo © 2011 Vichheka Sok/World Vision
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