Study focused on Jessore, S̄ātkhira Districts of Bangladesh and Dakshin Dinājpur, Uttara Cabbiśa Paragaṇā Districts of West Bengal, India; published under the Prevention of Cross-Border Trafficking in Women and Children between Bangladesh and West Bengal, India Project.
Includes bibliographical references (P. 106-108).
|Other titles||Prevention of cross-border trafficking in women and children between Bangladesh and West Bengal, India, Mapping of trafficking risk in women and children|
|Statement||[researcher, Shankor Paul].|
|Contributions||Concern Universal (Organization : Bangladesh), Prevention of Cross-Border Trafficking in Women and Children between Bangladesh and West Bengal, India Project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||2009305887|
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