Sex Tourism and Kenya's Children - Report Disputed

Unicef researchers should have followed the counting with focused observations, as well as a questionnaire that gathered information on the behaviour of the target population group in a study used to estimate the number of child sex workers in the northeast town of Mtwapa, according to Albert Manyuchi, a social scientist at the University of the Witwatersrand. This follows reports claiming that over 10,000 children in Mtwapa were involved in the sex trade.

A white woman takes a walk with a young boy by the Indian Ocean in coastal Kenya. Social acceptance of sex tourism in the region means no one questions her relationship with the underage boy (file photo).

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