Sex trafficking in the Philippines: How typhoons and desperation make women and children more vulnerable

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Tina was trafficked into a cyber sex den when she was 16 and pregnant with her child. Her hometown, Daram, is one of the most vulnerable to climate change due to frequent storms and poverty.


Blog article about the increased vulnerability of women and children to the impacts of weather-related disasters. It reports an increase in sex trafficking in the Philippines after the typhoon Haiyan in 2013.

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