According to the UN Office on Drugs and Crime in 2018, around the globe, five were adult women for every ten trafficking victims, and two were minor girls. One-third of all victims are boys and girls, and 20 percent are adult men. According to the report, the most common form of human trafficking is sexual exploitation - an unprecedented 79 percent of trafficking cases.
In Mumbai, India, Love Without Reason began the initiative called Project Butterfly. Women in the red-light areas are empowered with education and business skills that will break a cycle of slavery in the generations. This initiative is reproducible, and the model will be expanded on a global scale.