Human trafficking in Malaysia included a 23 month old baby girl to be shopped around by child traffickers for the price of $3,120 (10,000 Malaysian Ringgit).
Child prostitution in Thailand led to 2,888 people being charged for having sex with minors who were under the age of 15.
Of all the prostitutes working in the legal prostitution industry in New Zealand, 1.3 percent of prostitutes are children.
According to the International Labor Organization, there were 12. 3 million victims of human trafficking in 2009. The victims were trafficked for sex, labor, debt bondage and to serve as child soldiers.
The human trafficking market in Ghana allows a child to be purchased from parent for $50. Then, the trafficker can either sell or lease out that child for up to $300, thus making $250 in profit a year.
In the US state of Georgia, 500 adolescent girls were discovered by police to be working in the prostitution industry in hotels, online and on the streets in February 2010. Back in August 2007, 250 girls were discovered.
According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, most runaways will be approached by a sex trafficker within 48 hours of leaving their homes.
Number of human trafficking cases in Dubai between 2006 through 2009.
There are an estimated 800,000 prostitutes working in the Philippines, with up to half of them underage.
An estimated 1.8 Million children are believed to be working in the prostitution industry worldwide.