Countries With The Most Slavery In The World In 2014

Written by Keren Mikva

10. Central African Republic – 1.13%

Ongoing violence in the Central African Republic has contributed to more than 52,200 people being forced into modern slavery. Massive populations of internally displaced people, as well as refugees have been forced to flee. Many have been caught in webs of sexual slavery, child marriage, child soldier recruitment, and forced labor in gold and diamond reserves. In 2014, the CAR government estimated that over 44 percent of the population had experienced sexual violence in some way, and more than 6,000 children were being used in armed conflict.