In Nepal women and girls face discrimination. In general, they work twice as hard as men and boys and have far fewer opportunities to go to school and develop their potentials. Moreover, the practice of indentured child labor is still prevalent, especially in the rural western regions along the border of India. Young girls, known as Kamlaris, are sold by their parents or guardians to local landlords or urban households as domestic laborers. Some of the girls end up in the sex trade. The Kamlari girls, some as young as six years of age, are exploited, working long hours with little or no pay and are usually not allowed to attend school. Often the Kamlaris are physically abused.Tharu girls from Dang, Banke, Bardiya, Kailali, and Kanchanpur are sent out as kamlaris, and in Bardiya, boys are also sent. Informal surveys by involved charities show that nearly 3,000 Tharu girls from lower Dang valley alone worked as kamlaris until their recent rehabilitation. They estimate a national figure of 20,000 to 25,000 from the five Tharu districts of western Nepal.The kamlari girl is ‘sold’ through middlemen to far-off homes and businesses after a verbal contract with the parents during the winter festival of Maaghi, and down payment of Rs 4,000- 6,000. The contract is for one year, but it continues as parents receive annual payments through middlemen who are often the only ones who know where the girl is. The girls get just food and clothes, and in rare cases, some education. Nearly 90 percent of the kamalari girls are never sent to school. In Nepal many poor girls are sold into domestic servitude, factory work, and even the sex trade. Therefore, we invite entire volunteers of the world to donate and contribute your effort to eradicate chaupadi pratha and Women /Girl social problem.