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NEPAL-WOMEN/RAPE
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January 20, 2015
Menuka Thapa, head of Raksha Nepal, speaks during an interview at the Raksha Nepal rehabilitation Centre...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Menuka Thapa, head of Raksha Nepal, speaks during an interview at the Raksha Nepal rehabilitation Centre...
Menuka Thapa, head of Raksha Nepal, speaks during an interview at the Raksha Nepal rehabilitation Centre in Kathmandu January 16, 2015. Growing awareness in Nepal of crimes against women has helped an increasing number of victims like Bohara to challenge a culture that often blames or shuns them into silence, say police and activists. Despite improvements and greater awareness, most women still remain unaware of their rights and do not come forward to report crimes due to fears of stigmatisation, said Thapa. Picture taken January 16. To match Thomson Reuters Foundation Feature NEPAL-WOMEN/RAPE REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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