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Peruvians working in artisanal gold mines and nearby makeshift camps that provide the miners services experience forced labor, including through deceptive recruitment; debt bondage; restricted freedom of movement or inability to leave; withholding of or non-payment of wages; and threats and use of physical violence.

Peruvian men, women, and children are exploited in forced labor in the country, principally in gold mining and related services, logging, agriculture, brick-making, unregistered factories, organized street begging, and domestic service.

A public report revealed 17 percent of the cases of 3,911 known Peruvian trafficking victims involved male victims, and government officials and NGOs also acknowledged male victims of forced labor or bonded labor in illegal mining.

Peruvian women and children are exploited in sex trafficking in other countries, particularly within South America, and women and girls from neighboring countries are found in sex trafficking in Peru.

Child sex tourism is present in areas such as Cuzco, Lima, and the Peruvian Amazon.

In our investigation, we have met growers, traders and researchers and have come back with a better understanding and appreciation for the plant.

Due to its benefits, the maca plant is now available as supplement and can be found in major health food stores.

Peruvian women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are exploited in sex trafficking within the country, often recruited through false employment offers.

Women and girls exploited in sex trafficking near mining communities are often indebted due to the cost of transportation and unable to leave due to remoteness of camps and the demand for commercial sex by miners in these communities.

Peru is a source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking.

Indigenous Peruvians are particularly vulnerable to trafficking.

That, the state argued, was evidence that Fraga freely and willingly cooperated.