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The former naval base, and current visits by American military have been the subject of protests by welfare groups and activists in Subic.
Brandishing placards and chanting slogans, members of WAIL and GABRIELA called for justice for all victims of human rights abuses.
Trafficking of Women and Children in Olongapo was rampant during the time of the Subic Naval Base located close by.
In 1988, the US Naval Investigative Service confirmed the existence of child prostitution in Olongapo City.
In 2010, an estimated 60,000 to 100,000 children in the Philippines were involved in prostitution rings, according to Minette Rimando, a spokeswoman for the U.
N.'S International Labour Organization's Manila office. The Philippines is ranked under Tier 2 Watch List in the 2009 Trafficking in Persons Report of the United States (US) State Department due to the Philippine government’s alleged failure to show evidence of progress in convicting trafficking offenders, particularly those responsible for labor trafficking.
"What has become very obvious is a growing market for child prostitutes," said Father Heinz, a Catholic priest who has been involved for more than a decade in initiatives to beat the pimps and child-traffickers.
Hundreds of computers sets have been seized, including sex toys and other gadgets used in the cybersex operations mostly maintained by foreigners.The Chief of the Southern Police District deployed policemen in schools in Makati City after the abductions of children by those involved in the sex trade industry. Manuel Cabigon, SPD director, said the increased police presence in schools would deter members of a flesh trade syndicate from further pursuing their illegal activities.October 5 has become the Day of No Prostitution Campaign in Davao City.Following the raid a police spokesman, describing the suspect as "a known human trafficker and maintainer of suspected prostitutes in the locality", said that the suspected trafficker would face criminal charges for violation of Republic Act 9208." One 16-year-old child tells of her experience in Subic Bay: She was locked in a room for a month, starved and force-fed drugs and alcohol to ensure she was addicted and could be more easily controlled.She was often beaten unconscious for refusing to have sex with customers.
In 2008, after receiving on human trafficking activities, police armed with a search warrant raided a residential house at Pleasantville Subdivision in the village of Ilayang Iyam and rescued at least 14 women, three of them minors.