In 2011, the National Task Force Against Human Trafficking in Indonesia officially recorded 435 children who were trafficked in the country.
Law enforcement services in the United Kingdom state that there are 92 organized crime groups operating in the country that are known to be involved in human trafficking.
In 2011, authorities in the United Kingdom identified 946 human trafficking victims being brought into the country. 712 people were adults and 234 were child victims.
Islamists in the Western African country of Mali are buying children to serve as child soldiers from families. They are paying families $600 per child, according to an official from the United Nations.
The Justice Ministry of Brazil reported that it has found around 500 people who have been victims of human trafficking between 2005 and 2012.
According to security services in Yemen, human traffickers were paid $1,000 per person for trafficking people from Yemen into Egypt. The victims then had their eyes and kidney taken by organ traffickers.
The French Government estimates that there are 20,000 prostitutes working across the entire country. Between 5,000 to 8,000 prostitutes work in Paris, and an estimated 600 street prostitutes work in the city of Lyon.
According to reports from India, every six minuets a child goes missing in the country.
Over 90,000 children are officially reported missing every year in India. A non-governmental organization estimates that up to 10 times that amount, or 900,000 children, fall victim to human trafficking in India each year.
In the US State of Florida, a human trafficking investigation by officials discovered over 80 massage therapists who obtained fake and fraudulent massage theory licensees.
The women were reported to have paid between $10,000 to $15,000 to obtain fake college certificates and transcripts.
At the time of the uprising and civil war in Syria in 2011 to 2012, there were an estimated 10,000 foreign workers in Syria. According to the Philippines Department of Foreign Affairs, up to 90 percent of those workers were undocumented. They were in the country either through human smuggling activities or victims of human trafficking.