Mexico: Chiapas accounts as the state with most missing children

Posted on July 25, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Human Smuggling, Latin America Womens Issues, Mexico, Social Issues

Chiapas reports between 10-12 missing children every six months according to the Right Protection of Women Program. Many of these children end up being transported to other countries or even Central America. Children are mostly abducted for illegal adoption purposes and or they are forced into sexual and labor exploitation. Read Article

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