Rights groups say that young teenage girls are being lured out of the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh by trafficking gangs promising them domestic help work, but the girls are then never seen again.

“We sit by the road and the men come to us,” said one trafficker.

“They ask if we can get the helpless type of people here. Families are ready to provide girls because they don’t have enough food.”

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“Men often specifically want girls of a certain age and pay the families about $60 for each,” he said.

(Courtesy Al Jazeera)