Child Prostitution

Ingat ka, Neneng is the sad, heartbreaking story of about 400,000 women and children trafficked within the Philippines every year. Mostly from
the Visayas and Mindanao, they are lured by the sweet promises of better job opportunities and the good life in Manila only to end up in sweatshops or, worse, prostitution dens. The Philippines is the fourth largest source of trafficked women and children. Ingat ka, Neneng documents their plight through the lives of three minors – KC, Anne, and Leah – who came from the poor province of Samar, an identified trafficking hotspot. Their harrowing experiences explain why human trafficking, referred to as modern-day slavery, is now the third biggest crime in the world after drugs and arms smuggling


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