If a person subsequently commits prostitution as provided under Paragraph 2 of this Article shall be liable to a term of imprisonment of six (6) months to two (2) years and a fine of fifty thousand (50,000) to five hundred thousand (500,000) Rwandan francs or one of these penalties.Rwanda is a source, transit, and to a lesser extent, destination country for women, and children subjected to sex trafficking.Rwandan girls and some boys, some of whom are secondary school students between the ages of 13 to 18, are exploited in commercial sex in hotels, at times through the facilitation of hotel owners.Local human rights groups reported in 2016 that some Rwandan girls in domestic work, who become pregnant and thereby terminated by their employers and unable to return to their home villages, are subsequently exploited in sex trafficking.Some Rwandan men, women, and children are subjected to sex trafficking in destinations around the world; the primary destinations for Rwandan victims are Uganda, the DRC, and other parts of East Africa.Rwandan victims are also reportedly exploited in sex trafficking in China.In previous years, Rwandan victims were exploited in South Africa, Malaysia, the United States, and Europe.In 2016, some Rwandan girls were forced into marriages with men in Tanzania and may have experienced commercial sexual exploitation through these marriages.
Refugees fleeing conflict and political violence in Burundi and the DRC remained highly vulnerable to trafficking in Rwanda or are subjected to exploitation in third countries after transiting Rwanda.According to an international organisation, there has been an increase in sex trafficking of Burundian male and female teenagers through Rwanda to third countries since 2015.Burundian refugee girls transited through Rwanda and were exploited in sex trafficking in Uganda.Separately, female child refugees in a Congolese refugee camp were reportedly subjected to sex trafficking in nearby towns in 2015, allegedly facilitated by one civilian and three RDF soldiers assigned to the camp.
In addition to the Provinces and Districts listed above, Rwanda has three further administrative divisions. It is important to note that Rwanda renamed many communities following the genocide in 1994.
National Land Use Planning Portal () Every local citizen has access to government through their local village leader or umudugudu.