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Prostitution is common in El Salvador. There are credible reports that some women and girls were forced into prostitution. The law does not prohibit specifically trafficking in persons.
The Government enforces this provision. There were credible reports of some regional trafficking in women both to and from the country for purposes of forced prostitution. According to press reports, during the year agents of the international police organization Interpol operating in the country discovered a prostitution network trafficking young girls from several Central American countries to work in bars along the border with Guatemala.
Interpol reportedly had rescued approximately 20 Salvadoran girls from such prostitution rings over the past 3 years. There also were unconfirmed charges that children were brought into the country from neighboring countries and forced to beg in the streets. Growing poverty and social problems are leading more and more women to turn to prostitution to survive.
In San Salvador alone, there are thousands of women involved in the sex industry. In , a Catholic parish started a project to help 50 sex workers, and it was later taken over by the Lutheran University of El Salvador, which offered vocational courses. Some of the graduates decided to work with other sex workers. Later, they gave workshops on human rights, self-esteem, health issues, and they provided assistance to sex workers who had been raped.
Flor de Piedra works with around sex workers in a San Salvador neighbourhood. It plans to extend its activities to other neighbourhoods in the capital and elsewhere in the country. It has a weekly workshop on AIDS and other health issues, which is attended by 40 to 60 women. On Wednesdays, it distributes condoms to up to sex workers.