Border Surveillance

As we have open borders in the east, west and the south with India, the free movement of general public across the borders has made easier for trafficking to India and through India to other countries in the Middle East. KIN has continued its border surveillance program in six major cross border points of Banke, Rupendehi, Kapilvastu (2), Chitwan (Transit Point), Parsa, Morang districts of Nepal. There is a team of trained staff 4- 6 in numbers in each border.

KIN’s trained border surveillance teams are on duty every day from morning to evening questioning every young village girl and her accompaniment crossing border into India to distinguish her situation. Our staff members are always alert and looking into the traffic, crowded streets and any possible areas and especially look for traffickers (the person who are trying to take them across the border). If such cases are found, the girls are taken into the counseling room and further investigation proceeds with the support from local security authority. KIN provides food and transportation to these girls and accompanying staff during the entire process.