The Problem Of Human Trafficking

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Slavery has been abolished for the past 150 years and yet, there are still men, women, and children being taken from their homes and put into human trafficking. Every individual is supposed to be given the opportunity to a long and happy life but, with human trafficking standing in the way, millions of people are subjected to illnesses, diseases, and unhappiness. Human trafficking has taken over the lives of many, especially in Bangladesh. A country that is subjected to filth, poverty, and sex trafficking. Bangladesh is one of the top countries for human trafficking. The people of Bangladesh are in need of assistance, they need to be provided with health care for each and every individual exposed to the epidemic, sex trafficking. The issue is that the men, women, and children are told they will have a job interview for a good, well-paying job, or that they will be left with someone to marry and start a family, but they are lied to. We are proposing that human trafficking victims in Bangladesh are provided with the health care they need in order remain safe and disease free. Some may say that there is no real threat with human trafficking, for it is not something that is often talked about. Occasionally one can hear on the news or radio of a bust but, many choose to disregard that human trafficking is happening in their very own backyard. One way that human trafficking is publicized is by celebrities. Celebrities take their given power and take a stand on the contagious

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