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Children are exploited in sex establishments and are also approached directly in the street by paedophiles seeking sexual contact.  Child sex tourism is a serious problem in the country. Thailand, along with Cambodia, India, Brazil and Mexico, has been identified as a leading hotspot of child sexual exploitation.  Paedophiles, in particular, exploit the lax laws of the country and attempt to find cover to avoid prosecution. 
Thailand is listed by the UNODC as both a top destination for victims of human trafficking and a major source of trafficked persons. 
A 2004 report from the US Department of State indicates that human trafficking—for sexual exploitation and forced labour—originates in Thailand, as well as being a destination, and is also used for transit.  There are also reports of bribe-taking by some low- or mid-level police officers that facilitates the most severe forms of trafficking in persons.  A human trafficking gang was intercepted in the southern city of Pattaya in October 2014. 
Women of Thai and other nationalities have been lured to Japan and sold to Yakuza-controlled brothels, where they are forced to work off a financial debt. It is easy to lure these women from neighboring countries because Thailand has 56 unofficial crossover points and 300 checkpoints, where people can cross the border without paperwork.  In a landmark case in 2006, one such woman, Urairat Soimee, filed a civil suit in Thailand against the Thai perpetrators, who had previously been convicted in a criminal court. The woman had managed to escape from the Yakuza-controlled prostitution ring by killing the female Thai mama-san and spent five years in a Japanese prison. 
Support organisations for sex workers.
Numerous support organisations for sex workers exist in Thailand. Most of them attempt to discourage women from taking up or continuing the trade.
SHE Foundation (Self Help & Empowerment) is a Christian charity organisation that works with women and children involved in the commercial sex trade in Phuket. SHE offers a prevention programme that provides women with free hotel training, free housing and paid employment making jewellery within the SHE Center.
EMPOWER is a Thai NGO that offers health, educational and counseling services to female sex workers. The organisation seeks to empower sex workers and has been operating since 1985, with offices in Patpong (Bangkok), Chiang Mai, Mae Sai and Patong Beach (Phuket). 
SWING (Service Workers in Group) is an offshoot of EMPOWER, offering support to male and female sex workers in Patpong and Pattaya. It offers English classes, teaches safe sex education, distributes condoms, and promotes health and safety with an in-house gym and discounted medical examinations. The newly formed organisation SISTERS works with transgender sex workers in Bangkok and Pattaya.  
The work of the Destiny Rescue organisation is focused on preventing girls from being involved in prostitution in Thailand, as well as the assisted removal of girls from the industry.
FACE is an organisation that focuses on child prostitution and trafficking, and is the main partner of the United Nations in the country. DEPDC is another organisation that works to prevent the trafficking of women and children.
The Population and Community Development Association (PDA), headed by Mechai Viravaidya, pioneered family planning and safe sex strategies in Thailand over thirty years ago. The organisation no longer focuses expressly on safe sex issues, but continues to provide information, condoms, and prevention programmes throughout the country.
International Justice Mission is a US-based Christian human rights organisation that operates in Thailand to rescue brothel workers who are held in sexual slavery.
The Fr. Ray Foundation in Pattaya provides care and housing for vulnerable children at the Children’s Home, and the Drop-In Centre for Street Kids for homeless children. Exploited women and their children are provided with education and care at the Fountain of Life facility. 
The Well, a US-based Christian service that is part of the Servantworks organisation, has been working with sex workers and at-risk people in Thailand since 2004. The Well provides alternative employment, educational opportunities and social services to assist women and families. 
The SOLD Project began in 2007 and is committed to stopping child prostitution through education. The organisation’s mission is “to prevent child prostitution through culturally relevant programmes for vulnerable children and to share their stories to empower creative, compassionate people to act”. 
Why isn’t Thailand targeting brothel operators, customers?
Arresting, parading young girls in front of the media won’t clean up the Kingdom’s atrocious sex trafficking image.
Sex workers wait for customers outside a bar in Sungai Kolok, Narathiwat province, Thailand (AFP Photo/Madaree Tohlala)
Sanitsuda Ekachai for Bangkok Post.
They sell their bodies to rescue their families from poverty. Now they are arrested and face imprisonment to rescue Thailand from being branded one of the world’s worst human trafficking offenders.