Though trafficking, one of most serious problems, is considered as a violation of human rights, it is a common phenomenon for the society of Bangladesh and also in other South Asian countries. Bangladesh is considered one of the most vulnerable spots on the global trafficking market. The rate of growth of this trafficking has been increasing alarmingly in this country and every year several hundred children are being trafficked abroad from Bangladesh. In this situation to analyze the situation of the trafficked children, a study was conducted following the purposive sampling method from the children who were trafficked and live in Khulna division. Majority of the children consisting 76.2 percent were trafficked by unknown people.The result from the study describes that the children were engaged in different types of inhuman as well as exploiting works such as domestic worker (32.5%), forced labor (22.5%), beggar (16.2%) and sex worker (7.5%). At those places, they did not get regular three meals a day. During the period most of the children faced health problem like high fever (47%), injury (11.8%), dysentery/diarrhea (20.6%)and stomach pain (20.6%).