Photo story: No country untouched by human trafficking

Munni was married at age 14, but after her husband left when she became pregnant, the Bangladeshi girl was sold to a brothel by a man who offered to find her a job.
© UNICEF/Shehzad Noorani
Munni was married at age 14, but after her husband left when she became pregnant, the Bangladeshi girl was sold to a brothel by a man who offered to find her a job.
Displaced girls like 11-year-old Anastasia, seen here leaving the Sighetu Marmației border crossing on a bus in northern Romania, are at particular risk.
© UNICEF/Alex Nicodim
In Gabon’s Government-owned centre for children in difficulty and at risk, UNICEF supports the youngest victims of trafficking and illegal migration.
© UNICEF/Fanjaniaina Alida
From child marriage to human trafficking, 18-year-old UNICEF-Reporter Rifa uses a computer tablet to raise awareness of the dangers that girls face, in the Cox’s Bazar refugee camp, in Bangladesh.
© UNICEF/Bashir Ahmed Sujan
While walking home from school in Yoro, Honduras, the 13-year-old girl in the middle was grabbed, thrown into a van, beaten, raped and released one hour later.
© UNICEF/Andriana Zehbrauskas
UNICEF works in Niger to care for children on the move and at risk from traffickers, offering family tracing and reunification services, temporary care, and psychosocial support.
© UNICEF/Juan Haro