Over 20 million people have the same problem. Traffickers make money by compelling them to work or engage in prostitution.
Although trafficking is illegal in every country, it explodes where the laws are not enforced.
Annual profits from human trafficking exceed those of Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, BP, and Exxon combined.
Survivor care is essential, but if law enforcement does not stop traffickers, they will keep churning out more victims who need survivor care.
Many traffickers will leave the vulnerable alone when the alternative is forfeiting their profits and losing their freedom.
Trafficking collapses when traffickers go to jail, but police and prosecutors cannot stop traffickers if they are never equipped to do so.