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What is human trafficking?

Human trafficking, as defined in the UN Trafficking in Persons Protocol, involves the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring, or receipt of individuals through various coercive means for exploitation purposes. Human trafficking is a global crime where people are bought and sold for profit. This horrific crime affects everyone, regardless of gender, age, or background. Traffickers exploit vulnerable people, those who are desperate or simply looking for a better life, by using violence, fake employment agencies, and false promises of education or jobs.

What are the most common forms of human trafficking?

How prevalent is human trafficking in Africa, and what are the different forms of exploitation involved?

What are the key indicators of human trafficking, and how can individuals identify potential cases?

What is a job scam?

How can I protect myself from job scams?

What role does education play in preventing and raising awareness about human trafficking and job scams?

How can individuals actively contribute to combating human trafficking and supporting victims?

How can I get involved in the "Say NO!" campaign?

How does QNET contribute to combating fake job offers and human trafficking?

How does QNET differentiate its direct-selling business opportunity from traditional job offerings?

What is the long-term goal of the "Say NO!" campaign?