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Engaging in sex work is illegal for girls under 18, though it does not prevent them from doing it.A 2007 survey by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Toamasina and the island of Nosy Be found that between 30 and 50 percent of female sex workers were younger than 18.

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The red books give sex workers access to a judicial clinic in the neighbouring town of Mahambo, a tourist destination.“Often men come to Toamasina and take a girl to Mahambo.About one in seven residents of Madagascar’s main port city of Toamasina are sex workers.In less than 20 years, the number of registered sex workers in the city of about 200,000 residents has climbed from 17,000 in 1993 to 29,000 in 2012.The billion-dollar investments also resulted in an escalation in living costs and the collapse of traditional commercial activities like the collection and sale of cloves and coffee, pushing more young women into sex work. Then, when they have a problem with their employer, other girls from their region introduce them to prostitution,” Germaine Razafindravao, the president of the local sex worker collective FIVEMITO (‘Fikambanaina Vehivavy Miavotena Toamasina’ or Women’s Future), told IRIN.

Toamasina’s growing number of sex workers is part of a nationwide trend, one attributed to an increase in poverty since the onset of a drawn-out political crisis in 2009, when twice-elected president Marc Ravalomanana was deposed by Andry Rajoelina with the backing of the army.Check out millions of shared hot amateur homemade xxx photos and sex videos. Watch hundreds of hot sex videos and view thousands of hot amateur homemade xxx photos. Chat in a free live sex chat or have virtual sex online! Search adult personals and find sex opportunities in your city!“We tell them that these women do a job, just like the [police] officers do,” said Razafindravao.As with the official registration cards, only sex workers above the age of 18 are eligible for the red books.Now sex has become a product, a means to survive,” said Ratsarazaka Solomandresy, who is responsible for the United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) youth programmes in Madagascar.