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Dhaka AsiaNews - Bangladesh, a small country of some million people, is the "source" and transit point for countless numbers of victims in South Asia's burgeoning trade in human beings. Some of its boys and girls, some as young as eight, are forced into prostitution.
Some of its teenagers are locked up in brothels, forced to take steroids to be more "attractive" to customers. Foreign girls are brought in and held in escrow before they are sold to other countries. In Bangladesh, human trafficking feeds humans to the sex trade and forced labour market.
According to the Centre for Women and Child Studies, boys who fall into them tend to be under ten; girls tend to be between 11 and However, it is not uncommon for children under eight years of age to become sex slaves, segregated in brothels or bawdyhouses. Adult and teenaged Bangladeshis end up in the sex trade or forced into slave-like conditions like begging.
In some cases, extremely poor parents sell their children. In other cases, traffickers trick them or force them into giving up their children. Many brothel owners or pimps force teenagers to take steroids to make them more "attractive" for customers. Side effects are devastating on their bodies, and can even cause death. According to official data, 90 per cent of the women are aged between 15 and 35 and take steroids, which cause dependency that is hard to break.
Bangladesh is also an important hub linking South Asia to the Gulf region. Several recent studies noted that Indian and Bangladeshi human traffickers smuggle using 20 transit points in 16 districts in the south and west of the country. The main route goes from Dhaka to Mumbai, Karachi and then Dubai.