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La Rinconada , in Puno region near the Bolivian border, is a town of around 40, inhabitants, 90 percent of whom earn their living through informal gold mining.
Peruvian newspaper La Republica went undercover to report on the conditions faced by underage girls forced into prostitution after being lured to the town on false pretenses. According to La Republica , many adolescents come in response to legitimate-looking job advertisements but are then forced to work as prostitutes at the town bars.
The girls are paid only a small percentage of beer sales and must have sex with any customer willing to pay, receiving about a quarter of the profits. Puno police believe that between 1, and 4, minors are sexually exploited in the town. National police have estimated that approximately 50 percent of minors brought to La Rinconada as part of the sex trafficking trade are Bolivian, and the rest Peruvian nationals, reported Peru The government and police have not taken concrete measures to stop the business, according to La Republica, with only a few cases emerging when girls escaped.
The cases included sex trafficking, forced labor, and even organ extraction. Sex trafficking in La Rinconada is part of a larger regional problem. In September , Bolivian newspaper La Prensa reported that 20 Bolivian women had been rescued from forced prostitution in La Rinconada and surrounding areas after being recruited through false job advertisements in La Paz and El Alto, placed by human trafficking rings.
In October , Peruvian authorities rescued at least women , among them 10 minors, from Madre de Dios , on the border with Brazil and Bolivia. At the time, a Peruvian NGO estimated that as many as adolescents and 1, adults were working as prostitutes in the gold mining town, many of them having been trafficked. Bolivia has experienced growing problems with human trafficking , and in particular sex trafficking, in recent years, with the government reporting in that cases had increased by Investigation and Analysis of Organized Crime.