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Women's and Girls' Reasons for Migrating Of the thirty-six women and girls surveyed for this report, twenty had migrated from Moldova, eight from Ukraine, and eight from Romania. But here it is like a prison. There's no money, there's no work, and it's expensive to study. There is a crisis in Moldova. Due to the fact that the living conditions in [Moldova] are very hard and that I lost my job, I met the person named Tanja I could get a lot of money over there [in Italy] by working in the shop or [as] the cleaning lady in some hotel.
Two of the thirty-six women said they needed to support children left at home. One trafficked woman, a mother of a five-year-old son, gave testimony to the court in Doboj in He refused to return it.
According to the sworn testimony she gave in Doboj:. I told [the owner] that I didn't want to work there anymore and that I wanted to see my child I told him, "I earned my 1, Deutschmarks, and now I want to buy a ticket to go back home and to take some money back to feed my child.
In Ukraine we have nothing to eat. Recruiting Practices Only three of the thirty-six women and girls said they had answered job advertisements in newspapers. In fifteen cases, women stated that friends or acquaintances had promised them "good jobs" abroad, only to trick them and sell them to traffickers. Ten of the women were promised jobs as waitresses, four as dancers, five as housekeepers or cleaning women, one as a shop assistant, one as a nurse, and one as a tangerine harvester in Greece.
One Ukrainian woman in her mid-twenties trafficked in told us, "When I came to work here, [the traffickers] tricked me on the way. We had a visa, and everything was fine at first. But when we wanted to leave, the owner sold us. They told me that I would be a dancer, but then I had to be a prostitute.