According to this report, pedophiles, mostly British men in their 50's and 60's, are paying Gambian parents to abuse their children.
Not all parents are believed to of this.
Gambia very poor country in Africa and tourism by European and UK citizens help desperate locals survive financially.
In some place, see many African minors being middle-aged tourists adventures and sometimes, sexual preys.
In some places, told can see girls between 6 in restaurants eating tourists believed to be pedophiles.
What's worst, some witnesses, even sometimes see Gambian toddlers hands of British pensioners roaming streets or swimming in beaches, enjoying their holidays "Paradise".
Gambia was a former British colony and is populated mostly by Muslim Africans.
In a 2004 article by The Guardian, said that UNICEF through a survey that sex was reason why Europeans choose this place holidays.
These European tourists include citizens from Denmark, Sweden, , Norway, and Germany.
"'The Gambia vulnerable target for pedophiles, which enter the country in search of a low-profile location to commit their crimes with impunity,' the report stated.
The report said sex tourism prostitution has engendered consumerism, with girls saying that being a sex worker 'means having access jeans, shoes, to beauty salons for hair and nail care, off at beach parties and nightclubs'.
It was reported 15 years ago that pedophilia and sex tourism was already problem in Gambia, with underage girls and boys usually fall as victim.
It was also said that of the population survive on tourism economy that's why hotels and holiday destinations are source of income.
Along with this, pedophile predators that are cheap sex flock to Gambia for a reason that young prey for as low as 140 dalasis or 2 British pounds.
It was also reported that some parents are this but somehow allow it poverty and desperation.
As of now, Gambian authorities are working business owners, especially hotels, to fight this seemingly hopeless problem.
The country's culture of inferiority and naiveté make this problem difficult .
Many children and teenagers are still being preyed upon by abusers, pedophile men , in beaches and streets.
This happens because of Gambia doing enough to enforce the law for a reason that, some people, they fear that the economy will totally collapse when tourism also collapses.