Half of all seized counterfeit dollars in 2003 originated from Colombia.
The financial value of coca produced in Colombia based on farm-gate prices was $623 million in 2008. This figure is down from the $934 million value in 2007.
Human trafficking of children within Colombia affects 6,000 to 11,000 children. These children are trafficked and forced to work as child soldiers and other labor activities.
45,000 to 50,000 people from Colombia are believed to be involved in prostitution activities around the world. The US State Department reports that a majority of those who are prostitutes are victims of human trafficking.
Drug trafficking activities on the black market generates $500 Million to $1 Billion for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Cocaine produced in Colombia supplies 70 percent of the world’s cocaine market.
The World Health Organization and Reuters produced a factsheet stating the top five locations where organ trafficking is prevalent. The countries are as follows: 1. China 2. Pakistan 3. Egypt 4. Colombia 5. Philippines