Cartagena has one of the highest prostitution rates in the world, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
This was revealed in a recent report by Amnesty International.
Cartagens prostitution is a lucrative business for some prostitutes, with a typical price tag for a woman who works in the city of Cartagas is US$100 per hour, according the report.
But the number of prostitutes in the country is estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands.
What is Cartagenos prostitution?
A prostitute is a woman working as a prostitute.
It can mean many things, including sex, prostitution and money laundering.
According to the UNODC, Cartageneras prostitution is mostly of migrant workers and the majority of the prostitutes are of migrant background.
Most of the women working in Cartageneas prostitution are from the city, but they are also working in other parts of the country.
Most are young women, and they are mostly from the poorest parts of Cartaginas society.
The UNODS estimates that Cartagans prostitution is worth US$400 billion dollars, which is a staggering amount for a country of only 9 million people.
According the UN, prostitution in Colombia has become more sophisticated, with the use of computers and internet connections, and also the use on mobile phones.
According a UN report, in 2012, over 7,000 women were paid by traffickers to work in the industry, and more than 1,000 of them were from Cartageno, the country’s second largest city.
Trafficking is often facilitated by local gangs.
The trafficking of women and girls is estimated at more than US$500 million dollars a year.
How does prostitution in Cartaginagens work?
The sex trade in Cartags prostitution is lucrative, with prostitutes earning a great deal of money from sex, money laundering and other crimes.
The majority of women working for pimps are from Cartagos rural communities.
According UN estimates, Cartago women earn between US$200 and US$300 a day from sex work, which can be a very lucrative industry.
However, in Cartagos towns, prostitution is often illegal and often involves violence, including kidnapping, rape and torture.
In addition to prostitution, some Cartagnes women are also forced to have abortions, which are sometimes carried out by local gang members.
What are the health effects of prostitution in the Colombia?
Sex work is illegal in Colombia, but women do have the right to choose how to manage their bodies.
The law in Cartago states that the health of the woman must be the primary concern.
The right to freedom of movement of a woman is also protected.
In Cartagagena and many other parts in Colombia where prostitution is prevalent, it is often easier for people to make money by selling sex to their relatives or neighbours, and this is illegal.
Many women in Cartaguas rural communities also have children who are forced to work as prostitutes, as many of them have children to support.
What should you do if you see a prostitute?
Tell the police.
The best way to protect yourself from prostitution is to be vigilant.
If you are worried about your safety, get out of the area, contact your nearest police station and report the situation to them.
If your street is full of prostitutes, make a quick stop to find a prostitute and call the police, as it is very common for street hawkers to take advantage of the situation.
Also, stay away from areas where prostitution may be taking place.
If a prostitute is approached by a friend or relative, it could be a sign of a scam.
Tell your friend or your relative to call the authorities.
If the woman you are seeing is older, it may be a scam, as she may be seeking a more expensive sex act.
If she is older than you, it might be a genuine attempt to make a profit.
Call the police if you think that she is an escort or someone you know.
Do not accept sex offers from women you do not know.
Always take your time to be discreet and keep your distance.
Do you have any tips about prostitution in your area?
There are many places to find sex workers in Colombia.
Here are some places where you can find prostitutes: – Cartagenas – Central Colombia – Bogota – Cauca – Medellin – San Miguel – Sinaloa City – Tijuana – Tulum – Yucatan City – Zulia – Zagreb.
– More information on sex trafficking in Colombia: – UNODCs report – UN Office on Drug and Crime report – Amnesty International report – International Federation of Women report