Several key findings of the report “Sex trafficking and STI/HIV in Southeast Asia: Connections between sexual exploitation, violence and sexual risk”:
- Girls in Indonesia and Cambodia were given drugs and alcohol to keep them dependent to their traffickers.
- 73 percent of victims rescued in Cambodia tested positive for sexually transmitted infections.
- Nearly 20 percent of women who were trafficking victims for longer than a year had contacted HIV.
- Many of the girls who are trafficked are between 12 to 16 years old.