“The first night, they told me to stand there and wait… A few minutes after, one of the girls left with a man and then came back and said ‘Okay, I made money. It’s easy, you just need to have sex and then they are going to give you 100 or 150 gourds [$2.50 or $3.70] and that’s it.’”
It is not like teenage prostitution didn’t exist in Haiti before the January 2010 earthquake. But the problem has increased dramatically since, and it’s likely to get worse.
Reporting by Lisa Armstrong and Andre Lambertson. Image by Andre Lambertson. Haiti, 2011.