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Prostitution in Guinea-Bissau is common and there are no prostitution laws. Poverty leads many women to be tempted into prostitution and cocaine addiction. Occasionally they will go to a local bar in search of clients.
Younger prostitutes in the cities often work in bars. There have been reports of child sex tourism on the Bissagos Islands. Child prostitution is a problem in the country. Many children engage in prostitution for survival. The activity mainly takes place in clubs, bars and hotels.
The government takes little action, relying on NGOs to try and address the problem. Around there have been reports of child sex tourism on the Bissagos Islands.
Guinea-Bissau is a source country for children subjected to sex trafficking. The extent to which adults are subjected to forced prostitution is unclear. Bissau-Guinean girls are subjected to child sex trafficking in Guinea and Senegal. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Human trafficking in Guinea-Bissau. Retrieved 7 January Retrieved 21 July Retrieved Encyclopedia of prostitution and sex work.
Westport, Conn. US Department of State. This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain. Retrieved 22 July Department of State. Archived from the original on 29 July Retrieved 29 July Prostitution in Africa.