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“It is very difficult to find the real number of victims.You can identify a girl that’s been trafficked for a year.Teenage girls often quit school after the age of 13, many disappearing into the realm of sex trafficking.(Click to enlarge images) According to ADPARE, a nonprofit group working to prevent trafficking and protect its victims in Romania, fueling the problem is the region’s emergence as a sex industry destination.Nastrut is a rarity in this hilly region of Romania, among the poorest in the European Union, simply because she is still there. State Department’s 2014 “Trafficking in Persons" report, one-third of Romania’s trafficking victims are underage girls.By the time they reach her age, most teenage girls there — as young as 13 — have long quit school, with many disappearing into the realm of sex trafficking. There, traffickers have a keen eye for those made vulnerable by their desperation to leave, making the girls ideal victims.
He has invested in two strip clubs in the past couple of years.On a mud wall in the corner of their back room, beside the car battery that provides their only electricity, letters spell out the name of a boy Stefania likes but never speaks of — surrounded by the names of the brothers and sisters she never sees.An air of shame and a culture of extreme privacy prevent most communities from confronting the traffickers who take away so many girls.Above: Christina’s mother helps her pick out the right clothes to wear and makes sure she takes enough condoms for her nightly job.Supporting her family by selling her body on the streets since the age of 14, Christina has reportedly fallen into the hands of traffickers since this photo was taken in February.
There were some nights when a woman made 1,500 to 2,000 euros.