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Prostitution in the Central African Republic is legal and commonplace. Punishment is a fine and up to one year in prison, or 5 years if the case involves a minor. Human trafficking and Child prostitution is a problem in the country. Some of the full-time prostitutes visit hotels, bars and nightclubs looking for wealthy clients, especially French men. They are known as "pupulenge" dragonflies or "gba moundjou" look at the white.
Those who work in the poorer neighbourhoods are known as "kata". Others came from the Congo, Chad and Cameroon. Condoms in the country are rare,  as they are in other sub-Saharan countries. Child Prostitution is a problem in the country,   and no statutory rape laws to protect minors. In , reports emerged of abuse by UN Peacekeeping personnel. It was alleged that peacekeepers from Gabon, Morocco, Burundi, and France had paid for sex with girls as young as 13 at a camp for displaced persons near Bangui.
Previously peacekeepers had been accused of 22 other instances of abuse or sexual exploitation. The Central African Republic is a source and destination country for children subjected to trafficking in persons including forced prostitution. Most child victims are trafficked within the country, but a smaller number move back and forth from Cameroon , Chad , Nigeria , Republic of the Congo , Democratic Republic of the Congo , and Sudan.
There are no specific laws in the country to deal with human trafficking, but traffickers can be prosecuted under legislation dealing with prostitution, slavery , sexual exploitation , labour code violations, and mandatory school age. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Human trafficking in the Central African Republic. Charts Bin. Retrieved 9 December Archived from the original on 26 February Retrieved 14 July Sexual Health.