1 million: The number of children exploited every year in the global commercial sex trade.
$300-million: The amount of money estimated to be transferred every year from urban to rural areas in Thailand by women working in the sex trade.
31 per cent: The proportion of prostitutes in Cambodia who are children between the ages of 12 and 17, according to a Human Rights Vigilance survey.
450,000: Approximate number of child prostitutes in India, estimated by India Today magazine.
25: The number of countries, including Cambodia, Thailand and Costa Rica, where the age of consent is 15.
18: The number of countries where the age of consent is 14.
20 per cent: The proportion of boys in Sri Lanka who reported having been subjected to sexual abuse as children.
32: The number of countries that have extra-territorial laws on child-sex tourism, which allow the prosecution of their citizens for child-sex crimes committed abroad.
40 per cent: The proportion of rape cases in South Africa involving girls 17 years old and younger.
200: The number of travel companies, from 21 countries, that have signed a code of conduct to prevent child sex tourism.
Source: Unicef, The Protection Project, U.S. State Department