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Does 'male-trafficking' exist in Cambodia?

Many people have just heard about child or woman trafficking, but IRIN new agency had a report about Cambodian males who have been trafficked to some countries for labour. Men have just been recognized as trafficked victims.

[…Kou Channyyon’s story is typical of many young Cambodian men.

Desperate for work, he was trafficked to Malaysia with the promise of earning more than US$200 a month in a coffee factory.

But after he arrived, his passport was confiscated, and he found himself working 13 hours a day, with barely enough money to cover his living costs.

Barred from leaving the factory premises, he did not know if he would ever be able to escape…..]

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