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Home News Cambodia. Hard times, she said, have brought her here to earn money for her widowed mother and three younger siblings. Some clients ask me to have sex without using a condom, but I refuse. The girls, spotted easily from around 8 p. A dangerous trade Several Cambodian girls who agreed to be interviewed said they engage in sex work despite its dangers because they cannot afford to quit.
I get U. Human rights groups, however, say the law and its enforcement have made life harder for the women they aim to help. Prostitutes caught in police raids are made to pay fines of up to U. So we have to run for our lives when we see police approaching us. Many of these girls first were lured and tricked into being sex workers by traffickers.
Then, because of that, they began voluntarily selling their bodies. But Ean Pheara, an assistant at the Phnom Penh-based People Improvement Organization, said impoverished and uneducated children remain among the most vulnerable workers in the sex industry. This year, he said, the People Improvement Organization—which provides education and vocational training—taught children the skills they will need to avoid being trafficked.
Estimates of the number of working prostitutes ranged from 14, to 18, Sex tourism was a problem, fueled by pervasive poverty and the perception of impunity. Service director: Sos Kem. Translated by Sothea Thai. Written in English for the Web by Joshua Lipes. Honestly it all sucks for them it does This is why most all coyntries hate us we meddle where meddling isnt needed by a foriegner.
How would you feel if some foreigner kicked your door in and told you how to run your I fully agree with the former. The answer is: in Iraq and Afganistan you earn money, in Cambodia you don't Its so inhumane we should crack down on this instead of sending so any troops to Iraq or Afganastan. Press Room About Contact. Economic hardship is pushing young Cambodian girls into the sex trade while legislation drives the trade underground. Cambodian sex workers sit on the sidewalk along a street in Phnom Penh, Dec.