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“Some tourists end up either being robbed or murdered by beach boys in pursuit for money,” he noted. It has also broken up families in the city, he said.
Trace Kenya is working to rescue girls from the sex trade and to end the practice in the Mombasa region.
The NGO has rescued more than 10,000 children in the last seven years, putting them in shelters and making other arrangements for them to earn a living.
“We have rescued many children involved in sex tourism or those who were potentially likely to fall into it, more girls — for young men the number has been lower,” he said. They have given tourists impunity despite having evidence against them.” But Regional Police Chief Nelson Marwa says the government has done a lot to battle the practice, including warning tourists and parents against being involved in the business.
European travelers especially have continued to fuel the trade.
Many come to the city in search of girls aged between 12 and 18.
“We have put in place laws that will deal with such acts,” Marwa said.
“Already we have arrested and charged parents, children and some tourists.
In a 2010 report — the most recent available — UNICEF released numbers on child trafficking in Kenya that revealed that almost a third of girls age 12 and younger in the Mombasa region were involved in prostitution.
Young men approach them with compliments designed to break the ice. Secondly, tell her she is the most beautiful woman you have ever seen.
“This is our work,” said Alex Mwalumba, a beach boy who said he’s 29 but looks much younger. For the first time in years, she truly believes she is desirable.” Mwalumba had few regrets.
Children are also exploited in sex trafficking by people working in khat (a mild narcotic) cultivation areas, near gold mines in western Kenya, by truck drivers along major highways, and by fishermen on Lake Victoria.
Kenyans are recruited by legal or illegal employment agencies or voluntarily migrate to Europe, the United States, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East, particularly Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Kuwait, Qatar, the UAE, and Oman, in search of employment, where at times they are exploited in massage parlours and brothels,.
In 2006, a study by UNICEF reported that up to 30% of the population of children aged between 12 and 18 in the coastal regions of Malindi, Mombasa, Kilifi and Diani were engaged in some form of sex work.