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01-Nov-2017 19:24

" Today, Neoung admits, "I know that I did wrong so I regret about it, but what can I do?"When moneylenders began to threaten her at home, Ann, who "work[s] hard" but "not enough to live by," also sent her daughter Sephak into prostitution. "I saw other people doing it and I didn't think it through ...

At the end of the day, more pressure must be put on the Cambodian government and law enforcement agencies to right this wrong once and for all.

What makes these stories sadder is that financial conditions forced the parents to do this.

Two years ago, Neoung before sending her to work at a brothel, because both she and her sick husband were unable to make enough money for the family to survive.

Many victims, often girls from poor families with impossible financial burdens, are into accepting jobs in "cafés" or "karaoke bars" and promised financial support for their families — "at best... S.] dollars." By the time the girls find out the truth about their jobs, they owe the brothel owners so much that they are forced to continue or risk being beaten.: "I thought, I am here to serve coffee, not be a prostitute.

But the boss told me that I had to be a prostitute. I did not want to go with those men, but being beaten was worse."Yet for many other girls, the story is more tragic: they are sent by their own mothers to work as prostitutes.

At the end of the day, more pressure must be put on the Cambodian government and law enforcement agencies to right this wrong once and for all.What makes these stories sadder is that financial conditions forced the parents to do this.Two years ago, Neoung before sending her to work at a brothel, because both she and her sick husband were unable to make enough money for the family to survive.Many victims, often girls from poor families with impossible financial burdens, are into accepting jobs in "cafés" or "karaoke bars" and promised financial support for their families — "at best... S.] dollars." By the time the girls find out the truth about their jobs, they owe the brothel owners so much that they are forced to continue or risk being beaten.: "I thought, I am here to serve coffee, not be a prostitute.But the boss told me that I had to be a prostitute. I did not want to go with those men, but being beaten was worse."Yet for many other girls, the story is more tragic: they are sent by their own mothers to work as prostitutes.Thankfully, this heartbreaking picture no longer reflects Cambodia today.