Around Svay Pak's dirt streets and alleyways, in wooden shacks, families with up to 10 children struggle to survive on 2, riels 35p a day. More boy victims than girls Many of the children in the sex business are street children and thus vulnerable in all respects. That year, there were just , international visitors; this year one million are expected. NGO observers claimed Cambodian police officers also solicited commercial sex with minors during the reporting period. Another asks for a year-old, while another said he would take an 8-year-old. Ten years ago, Sokha was one of those girls to receive a tiara. In , they sold their home in the US, quit their jobs, moved to Cambodia and founded Agape International Missions AIM — an organisation devoted to rescuing victims from within the industry. The government continued to investigate and prosecute labor recruiters for illegal practices that may have contributed to or involved trafficking; in August, authorities shut down an unlicensed recruitment firm and arrested three men suspected of facilitating illicit labor migration to Japan. Cambodian men are estimated to account for around 46 percent of sex trade sales, according to Eleanor Brown, independent researcher and author of an International Organization for Migration report on trafficking. The most common response — Traffickers in Cambodia are most commonly family or community members or small networks of independent brokers. Kosal was too mortified to tell me the ailment, but her cousin said that it was a gynecological problem arising from sexual abuse.