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From the bar, I watch a Westerner buy another drink from a young Filipina whose language he does not speak. I wonder if she will take her customer to a back room in the bar or to her home and risk waking up any children she might have. As one survivor to another, I try to communicate that I understand their fears and pain". Undeterred, I tell her that I work for an organization called Buklod. In , Olongapo City was a thriving U.
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Philippines child sex abuse: one young girl's story of online trauma
Sex trafficking in the Philippines is human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation and slavery that occurs in the Republic of the Philippines. The Philippines is a country of origin and, to a lesser extent, a destination and transit for sexually trafficked persons. Sex trafficking victims in the country are from all ethnic groups in the Philippines and foreigners. Children       and people in poverty   and with low education levels are vulnerable. Other vulnerable groups include indigenous peoples and those displaced by typhoons  and conflict and violence.
First, the dismaying facts. The Philippines is the only country in Southeast Asia where teenage pregnancy is on the rise. Of the 10 million Filipino girls aged years old, some 10 per cent about a million are already mothers or pregnant with their first child. Speaking of adolescents in general, one in three has already had sex by age 19, with a troubling 70 per cent of these encounters taking place without protection.