Considered as the second largest crime in the world, Human Trafficking has around 600,000–800,000 victims that are trafficked across international borders every year. In a study it was found that the victims were earning less than one dollar a day, thus the desire to have a basics minimum earning is considered the biggest reason behind people falling a prey to this evil. The victims are then made slaves and are used for sexual exploitation, domestic work, cheap labor and life-long slavery in any form.
To fight against human trafficking and illegal migration, a lot of work is being done by organizations across the globe by providing employment opportunities and offering vocational training to youth and rural women.
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