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20 Facts About Human Trafficking

Lucas Ankunding
Published on 31 Jul 2019 / In Film & Animation

The history of slavery spans from ancient time to the present day. Nowadays the number of slaves has increased than ever before in history. For you here is given 20 #facts about #human #trafficking.

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1. 50% are children
2. 70% of those slaves are female
3. A 2003 study in the Netherlands found that, on average, a single sex slave earned her pimp at least $250,000 a year
4. A human trafficker can earn 20 times what he or she paid for a girl. Provided the girl was not physically brutalized to the point of ruining her beauty, the pimp could sell her again for a greater price because he had trained her and broken her spirit, which saves future buyers the hassle
5. According to a 2009 Washington Times article, the Taliban buys children as young as seven years old to act as suicide bombers.
6. An estimated 30,000 victims of sex trafficking die each year from abuse, disease, torture, and neglect
7. Behind drugs and weapons, human trafficking is the third largest international crime industry in the world
8. Even for purposes of labor exploitation, women still constitute over half of Earth’s enslaved population
9. In most regions, 80% of trafficking involves sexual exploitation
10. It generates approximately $33 billion ever year
11. Ludwig “Tarzan” Fainberg, a convicted trafficker, said, “You can buy a woman for $10,000 and make your money back in a week if she is pretty and young. Then everything else is profit
12. Nearly 1 million of them are moved across an international border every year on the black market
13. Organ harvesting is another seldom mentioned but quickly growing industry that benefits from human trafficking
14. Over half of that comes from industrialized countries
15. The average cost of a slave in 2013 was between $90 and $100
16. The end of the Cold War has resulted in the growth of regional conflicts and the decline of borders. Many rebel groups turn to human trafficking to fund military actions and garner soldiers.
17. The number of slaves on Earth today is estimated between 20 and 30 million
18. The price for child suicide bombers is between $7,000-$14,000
19. The remaining 20% is generally for labor exploitation
20. Eighty percent of those sold into sexual slavery are under 24, and some are as young as six years old

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