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"We are Bolivia's unloved said Yuly Perez, vice-president.Retrieved This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.Finally, there is a form of hidden prostitution, which can involve children as young as 8 years, often in exchange for drugs or some kind of treat or toy.7 The problem of child prostitution is exacerbated by poorly enforced laws and by rare and ineffective police raids.Retrieved via Google Books.Street prostitution involves women and girls of all ages who typically enter the trade when they are between the ages of 12 and 15 years.
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During the day, these children stay in the street often working as street vendors, domestic servants or waitresses.The municipal government responded by closing all brothels within 1,600 feet of schools, but took no action against those who had attacked the prostitutes.9 The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the NGOs Save the Children and Pro-Adolescente conducted public awareness campaigns on the trafficking of children.A b Trafficking in Persons Report 2009 Country Narratives Countries A Through.La Paz Department and the La Paz city government each operate a shelter for abused and exploited children.A b c Refworld Rights of the Child in Bolivia Archived at the Wayback Machine.3, in 2016, unaids estimated there were venise libertin 30,523 prostitutes in the country.Contents, societal views edit, although prostitution is widespread in Bolivia, the prostitutes are severely stigmatized by society, they are blamed for everything from broken homes to the rising.3, prostitutes must register and must undergo regular health checks for sexually transmitted diseases (every 20 days).