Almost every country in the world is affected by human trafficking. Children are particularly at risk, often sold across borders to work in brothels or on farms. In Ivory Coast, an organisation called CREER has opened the region’s first centre to help rehabilitate trafficked children. The BBC’s Chris Parkinson went to the small town of Abengourou to meet Gramboute Ibrahima, a local man who rescues children, returning them to safety.
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