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Men, women and children living on the tea gardens for generations are being deceived with promises of a better life and work opportunities, but are ultimately being trafficked and exploited in cities across India.

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The tea gardens of Assam are a source of victims for human traffickers.

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Slavery in the tea industry


Where is the tea from that is used as the base of 50 of the world's tea blends

  • Sri Lanka
  • Assam, India
  • Darjeeling, India
  • Kenya

Points: 2

How many cups of tea is it estimated are drunk every day in the world?

  • 3 Billion
  • 3 Million
  • 1 Billion
  • 2 Billion

Points: 1

True or False? India is the world's largest producer of tea.

  • True
  • False

Points: 1

Where do the children trafficked our of Assamese tea gardens end up as slaves?

  • In brothels
  • In quarries and mines
  • As domestic workers
  • All of the above

Points: 2

What contributes to people being vulnerable to this form of trafficking?

  • Lack of Education
  • Isolation of the communities
  • Extreme Poverty
  • All of the Above

Points: 1

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