"Anisa", an Indian woman who was trafficked into sex slavery but managed to escape
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The Indian women who escaped sexual slavery and became entrepreneurs

The United States Trafficking in Persons Report estimates that between 20 and 65 million people were trafficked into forced labour in India in 2013.

Many victims are women who are lured with the promise of a good job but forced into sex work.

Some manage to escape or are rescued but re-integrating into society remains a challenge.

BBC Hindi's Divya Arya meets two women who have successfully made this transition through setting up their own business.

Filming and editing by Kashif Siddiqui

  • 16 Aug 2016
  • From the section India