The recruiters exploit the fact that these people are less knowledgeable about the process and risks of moving abroad for work, and as in Irina's case, tell them they'll be well treated when, in fact, the reality is quite different.
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She is one of the 55 female trafficking victims helped each year at the crisis intervention centre run by the International Organisation for Migration and the Ministry of Labour in the Moldovan capital, Chisinau. 'A childhood friend told me she worked in a boutique in Dubai and could help me get a similar job,' she explains.
'She put me in touch with a guy who arranged my trip to Odessa [in Ukraine] and onward from Kiev to Dubai.
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By taxi from Istanbul Ataturk airport to the Sultan Ahmet and Taksim districts are roughly 45 to 55 lira. You might think that the street walkers and street hookers are the easiest to find after all.
They are easy to find but remember that it's illegal and they are relatively anonymous you have to go elsewhere for quality.
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In Moldova, the country that she - and I - once called home, human trafficking is a huge problem, with an estimated 25,000 Moldovans trafficked abroad in 2008 according to Moldova’s national Bureau of Statistics.
For rural girls like Irina, high unemployment, widespread domestic violence and rife alcoholism further exacerbate the problem and make them more vulnerable to human trafficking than their city dwelling counterparts.