Criminal justice departments in Romania reported that there were nearly 900 human trafficking victims identified in the country in 2013.
557 women were identified by criminal justice professionals as victims of human trafficking in 2013. 278 of the females were underage. 319 men were identified as human trafficking victims, with 22 of the males being underage.
Of the victims involved, 38 percent were cases of domestic trafficking, meaning that the victims were from Romania.
Most of the trafficked women were between the ages of 18 to 36, while the men were between 22 to 28 years old.
Source: “Nearly 900 human trafficking victims identified in 2013,” Act Media, April 4, 2014.