There are places in the world where red-light districts are legal, particularly in some European countries. In India, while private prostitution is legal, public prostitution - including brothels and red-light districts, are illegal, but the laws are rarely enforced. In Colombia, although prostitution is legal, there are still many risks and dangers for those working in the sex industry. It is easy for trafficking to thrive there, as many of the laws are not enforced. In Nepal, prostitution is illegal and is included under the legal definition of human trafficking. In all three countries that we operate in, children are often trafficked due to poverty or organized crime.