Demi Moore Uses Star Power to Help Combat Human Trafficking

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Demi Moore traveled to South Asia to get an in-depth look at the problem of human trafficking and meet with those trying to battle the problem and rescue victims.
Moore teamed up with CNN to appear in the documentary "Nepal's Stolen Children," which showcases the huge costs of human trafficking in this part of the world. 
The actress is introduced in Nepal to Anuradha Koirala -- winner of CNN’s 2010 "Hero of the Year" award -- whose organization, Maiti Nepal, intercepts thousands of girls who would otherwise fall into forced prostitution.
Moore and her husband Ashton Kutcher have founded their own organization -- The Demi and Ashton Foundation (DNA) -- which seeks to raise awareness about child sex slavery, change cultural stereotypes that facilitate the problem and rehabilitate victims.
Watch the video for more on Moore's humanitarian mission and catch CNN's documentary "Nepal's Stolen Children" when it premieres worldwide this Sunday, June 26.