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A photo of organization Chad-Et's night street educators work to bring girls off the streets.
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Each night, thousands of young girls and women take to the streets of Ethiopia’s capitol to sell themselves. Many of the prostitutes -- some as young as ten -- came to Addis Ababa from impoverished rural areas looking for work. An organization called Chad-Et caters to sex workers to get them off the streets and out of the sex trade. It offers them food, a bath, and counseling. They become so-called “peer educators” who work to convince other prostitutes to also come off the streets. Richard Lough reports.
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Chad-Et Website
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