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"They are afraid," says Ram Prasad, another local social worker in Sindhupalchok.

"I'm from this area, but the local hide many things from us also." During the 1991 election, local candidates even threatened villagers in the district: "A certain candidate would say that if they didn't vote for him, their business would be exposed and they would have to stop," says Gajurel.

According to this long-and well-established view, women have been drugged and abducted by swarthy gangster types - mostly Indians from across the border - lurking in the bushes outside villages.

Eventually, the young women end up living under slave-like conditions in Bombay's brothels, until they are rescued by the police and helped by NGOs to be reunited with their families in the hills.

This is not a view that suits NGO workers in Kathmandu, foreign donors, and government agencies.

They thrive on what Frederick calls the myth of forced trafficking.

Road construction doesn't explain signs of prosperity, not usually seen in a village as isolated as Ichok. But a 12-year-old girl shows off her new, beautiful necklace and boys with wristwatches play on dusty village paths.

And a surprisingly large number of houses have new tin roofs which gleam in the sun as evidence of the fact that there must be a local income other than coarse hill paddy, a few vegetables--and supposed remittances from poorly-paid road construction workers in India. There would be a famine here without the sex trade." And there would be very few tin roofs on the houses.

A woman in her late 30s was somewhat more forthcoming.

She said that although she knew nothing about prostitution, some of her relatives worked on road construction sites in northern India.

For years, an abundance of NGOs and government agencies--supported by powerful foreign donors--have launched programmes to help the girls from Nepal who have been trapped in India's booming sex industry.

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