Hollywood actor Demi Moore has filmed a documentary in Nepal to raise awareness about human trafficking in the country.
Moore, 48, an outspoken activist against slavery and trafficking, has teamed up with husband Ashton Kutcher to form the Demi and Ashton (DNA) Foundation which aims to stop the practice, The Hollywood Reporter said.
For the documentary, Moore visited last year’s CNN Hero of the Year, Anuradha Koirala, to discuss how she was helping women who have been forced into prostitution. The documentary is titled, Nepal’s Stolen Children. In the TV special, which was made in partnership with the CNN Freedom Project, the actor meets a number of trafficking victims. The programme is due for a worldwide premiere.