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Cambodia's high rates of poverty, corruption and child trafficking are also the basis for intensive child sex tourism.

In Thailand and the Philippines, stronger laws that protect children are tightly controlled; Cambodia is regarded as a latecomer, and simultaneously as a magnet for child abusers from around the world.

Nearly all male sex workers are street children that work self-organized.

Their customers come from Cambodia, its neighboring countries, as well as from Europe and the United States of America.

With our documentary "K 11 - Confessions of a Sex Tourist," we were able to make a small contribution to this improvement. In 1995, Svay Pak was almost completely destroyed by a fire.

Five teenage girls have been rescued because of our recordings from Svay Pak. But like a phoenix rising from the ashes, K11 was rebuilt.

Other destinations include Hong Kong, Malaysia, Japan, the USA, Europe and South Africa.

Without any fear of prosecution and without losing a thought on these dozens of women they have violated.

A survey conducted by a local human rights NGO found that 40% of women and girls voluntarily work as sex workers, while 60% have been forced into prostitution.

The NGO also estimates that there are up to 90,000 sex workers in the country.

Svay Pak was officially shut down in 2005, after massive international pressure.

However, selling young women and girls did not stop there; the transactions were simply relocated to backyards.

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