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Prostitution in South Sudan is legal but related activities such as soliciting or brothel -keeping are illegal. Since independence from Sudan in July , prostitution has expanded considerably, mainly due to an influx of prostitutes from nearby African countries.
Many of these are single men, or married men living away from home. Their relative wealth has attracted women and girls from within South Sudan and also from Kenya , Congo, Uganda , and Khartoum. Sex workers are subject to police harassment and brutality. Sex trafficking ,  child prostitution  and HIV  are problems in the country. Child prostitution is a problem in the country, especially in Juba.
South Sudan is a source and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to sex trafficking. South Sudanese women and girls, particularly those from rural areas or who are internally displaced, are forced to engage in commercial sex acts. South Sudanese girls are subjected to sex trafficking in restaurants, hotels, and brothels in urban centres, at times with the involvement of corrupt law enforcement officials.
Girls are forced into marriages, at times as compensation for inter-ethnic killings; some may be subsequently subjected to sexual slavery. South Sudanese and foreign business owners recruit men and women from regional countries, especially Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia, as well as South Sudanese women and children, with fraudulent offers of employment opportunities in hotels, restaurants, and construction; many are subjected to sex trafficking.
Authorities occasionally assisted traffickers in crossing international borders, and some South Sudanese officials purchased sex from child trafficking victims, facilitated child sex trafficking, or protected establishments that exploited victims in the sex trade. Violent conflict increased the number of internally displaced people to 1. The UN-estimated 20, unaccompanied minors in refugee camps or moving between camps, particularly while crossing the Kenya-South Sudan and Democratic Republic of the Congo -South Sudan border, were vulnerable to abduction for sex trafficking.