Only in Mumbai, 400.000 women suffer human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
180.000 of them are under 18.

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    In Kamathipura, Mumbai’s largest ‘red-light district’, the lockdown for the pandemic brought additional drama for women who are sexually exploited. Many personal stories were submerged in the chaos of the pandemic. Now, some of these stories are coming to light. This video brings us the testimonies of six sexually exploited women and their families, showing us how the confinement affected their lives and how it has changed them since then.

    Women trapped in human trafficking and exploitation

    ARE FORCED TO HAVE RELATIONS UP TO 11 CLIENTS DAILY

    MORE THAN HALF OF THE CHILD GIRLS SEXUALY EXPLOITED IN INDIAARE UNDER 14 YEARS

    CAN BE SOLD FOR JUST OVER 100 EUROS

    THESE WOMEN SUFFER FROM SEVERE TRAUMA, ADDICTIONS, DEPRESSION AND OTHER HEALTH PROBLEMS

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