www.ntv.co.ke At the coast, two children have been rescued from what could have turned out to be a life of prostitution moments after they had been lured into the home of a woman believed to be involved in sex trade in Malindi. The incident has brought into the spotlight a thriving yet forbidden trade in which 30 percent of girls in their teens are involved in casual sex work at the Kenyan Coast and as Gladys Mutiso reports, the trade is thriving right under the noses of law enforcers.
'Sally Ann' is The Salvation Army's fairtrade business. In this film we visit a group of women in Bangladesh to see how they are being helped by the scheme.
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