EXIT: Challenges and Needs of Lebanese and Syrian Women in Prostitution

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This study seeks to understand the risks and the challenges faced by Lebanese and Syrian women in prostitution that are living in Lebanon, including those that have been trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation. The study assesses their needs and identify gaps and reforms that aim at protecting and assisting prostituted women, including supporting them escaping prostitution should they wish to do so.   

The study was conducted by Kafa (enough) Violence & Exploitation in cooperation with the American University of Beirut and the support of the Global Women’s Institute at  George Washington University.