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In many cases, the girls do not see their parents for years, if ever again.

(VIDEO: Nepal: Escaped From the Sex Trade, Unable to Go Home) In fact, the authorities have been working on the issue of sex tourism for some time.

Buddhist nuns are everywhere among the streets of Myanmar — of all different ages, some as young as 5.

Dressed in pink loose-fitting shirts and pants with orange scarves, they have shaved heads and rely on alms to pay for their schooling, food, housing, and other basic needs. The large temples pay for their needs, but that’s not surprising.

Every once in a while, a girl would receive a feather boa — a tip from an admirer in the audience, costing about $12.

The show concluded with a performer bouncing a flaming ball on her foot while jumping through a flaming hula hoop — and the doors were closed by 10 p.m.

Daw scrapes up the $200 a year it takes to send each girl to a local school through donations.“I want a better life for them,” Daw said.

At age 18, the girls will decide if they want to stay or leave to look for a life in the city. Related: Welcome to Myanmar’s Empty Capital City, President Obama!

(MORE: Will Burma Become Asia’s Next Economic Tiger? Human-trafficking networks have long operated in the country, funneling thousands of women and girls into Thailand to fuel the sex industry there, to say nothing of the many women (particularly from the impoverished border state of Shan) who voluntarily go. “The parents and the girls themselves, and even the community, has kind of accepted that it is happening, and that’s how you can support your parents,” she says.