Ms. Charimaya Tamang was 16 when she was trafficked to India. In 1996, after spending 22 months in a brothel as a sex slave, she was rescued by the Indian government. Upon her return to Nepal, Ms. Tamang faced social stigma and was treated as an outcast by her own community. Later, when she shared her story through national media, audiences connected with her emotions and she received support from many sectors. In 2000, Ms. Tamang and 15 other survivors established Shakti Samuha, an anti-trafficking NGO, which recently received the Ramon Magsaysay award. She was awarded the Hero Acting to End Modern-Day Slavery Award in 2011. Realizing the interventions her individual story initiated against trafficking when she shared it, she hopes to bring many more changes against social evils through TSK’s productions.