Indonesia’s flesh trade largely driven by poverty

The Indonesia’s government has moved to crack down on prostitution after pledging to shut down all red-light districts by 2019. However, the push is having a limited impact. Poverty remains a key driver that leads individuals and even families into the flesh trade. Ratu from Subang in West Java is one of the many women in the country who choose prostitution to survive. Our correspondent Pichayada Promchertchoo met with her.

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