• Source country for children and, to lesser extent, men and women subjected to sex trafficking within the country.
• Girls induced into prostitution, often by their peers, family members, or by businessmen offering other forms of employment.
• Young girls are sometimes sold by a family member into prostitution or forced into the sex trade in exchange for food and shelter.
• Girls and boys whose mothers engage in prostitution are reportedly vulnerable to being forced into prostitution at a young age.
• Drug-addicted women are forced into prostitution by boyfriends who serve as pimps.
• Police Family Protection Unit and the Minors Brigade has awareness campaign on child abuse and child rights at schools and community centers that included a session on dangers of prostitution.
• Ministry of Tourism, Leisure, and External Communications distributes pamphlets to hotels and tour operators to combat child sex trafficking
Sources: U.S. Department of State Trafficking in Persons Report 2011