October 24th, 2011
11:16 AM ET

Sanctuary in child sex village

Svay Pak has a disturbing reputation. The village outside Cambodia's capital of Phnom Penh is known as a place where little girls are openly sold to foreign predators looking for sex.

CNN visited the village after it was highlighted in “Not My Life” which aired on CNN International October 22-23.

Dozens of girls – some as young as five or six - sold or forced into the sex trade are housed in rooms little more than cells.

The young girls are sought after by the foreign men who go to the area for one reason: They knew they could find young girls for sale.

But some find safety in the arms of charities battling the odds like Agape International Missions.

Topics: Life In Slavery