Soman Rai, a pastor who founded the non-profit Voice of Fetus Nepal, holds up a model of a fetus during a presentation about why women shouldn't have abortions because it is killing a fetus, at a small church in the village of Shilaprabat, Sindhupalcholk district, Nepal, 2017.

Pro-life activists target rural Nepali women

Updated 0446 GMT (1246 HKT) June 9, 2018

Kathmandu, Nepal (CNN)Pastor Soman Rai and his group of volunteers from Kathmandu walk to a small church in the village of Shilaprabat, in Sindhupalchock, an area left devastated by the deadly earthquakes that shook Nepal three years ago.

The only way to access the area, located some 80km (50 miles) east of the capital, is via a wire footbridge and a narrow dirt path.
Once there, Rai and the group set up a table of pamphlets, and hang a large sign with the colorful handprints of children around the slogan "I Choose Life." At the bottom of the banner is the name of Rai's organization -- Voice of Fetus Nepal.
Nepalese Christians walk nearby a small Christian church and Hindu stupa after a lecture by Soman Rai, a pastor who founded the non-profit Voice of Fetus Nepal, in the village of Shilaprabat, Sindhupalcholk district, Nepal, 2017.
Rai also comes with a black box that con