A human trafficking report by UNESCO stated that there are an estimated 30,000 child prostitutes in South Africa.
Human trafficking in Mexico is estimated to generate between $15 Billion to $20 Billion a year.
Nigerian women and girls who are victims of human trafficking are sent to the Ivory Coast and forced to work in the prostitution industry. The women service between 15 to 30 men a night at a cost of $2 per act.
2,600 women who were working in prostitution were confirmed as human trafficking victims. Another 9,200 women were considered to be vulnerable to human trafficking but police were unable to fully confirm their status. Of the estimated 30,000 women working in prostitution in the United Kingdom, 17,000 were found to have been migrants from foreign countries. Of the 2,600 confirmed human trafficking victims, 2,200 were from Asia with a majority coming from China.
The child prostitution industry in Brazil is filled with 250,000 children, according to UNICEF.
The Bangladesh Government reported that there were 1,311 women and children who were officially identified as victims of human trafficking in Bangladesh between 2004 to 2010. The figure is broken down by 730 women and 581 children.
Human trafficking of children in Cambodia causes 80 percent of the young beggars in the streets of Thailand to have come from Cambodia. The young beggars, ranging from newborn babies to 12 year olds, generally work between 8 to 12 hours a day and earn between $9 to $31 (300 to 1,000 Thai Baht).
In 2009, the Government of Japan found over 400 cases of the mistreatment of foreign workers in a government sponsored training program, including the failure to pay wages and exposure to dangerous conditions. From 2005 to 2010, at least 127 trainees have died. The cause of death for many have been strokes or heart failures, signs of overwork.
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).
Human trafficking in Myanmar causes girls between the ages of 16 to 18 to be sold as brides in rural China for $700.