How can human trafficking deterrents be successful in Southeast Asia?


by : 
Kaila C.


Human trafficking is one of the world's most significant problems, impacting between 700,000 and 2 million women annually (Gurung and Kachchhap, 2016). This type of trafficking is most pervasive in Southeast Asia and causes psychological and physical damage, such as depression and anxiety. There is insufficient evidence showing how effective the current solutions in place to prevent human trafficking, specifically sex trafficking, actually are. The research methods used for this project will investigate implemented solutions of specific organizations by reviewing procedures and tangible outcomes.