It is impossible to combat prostitution in a society where a prostitute can make more money than a doctor.
Foreign women and children, primarily sub-Saharan African migrants, are exploited in sex trafficking in bars and informal brothels, typically by members of their own communities, in Tamanrasset and Algiers.
Thirteen AIDS sanatoriums were set up for afflicted patients.
Perhaps my one-time War Office Catholic friend knew the answer.
Sex is accessible to those who look for it, but it is not thrust upon the average tourist.
Female prostitutes can be found all over Havana but concentrate in locations frequented by tourists.
A man who wants to spend time with a prostitute must rent a room in a private house.