This book could not have been written anytime but now. A time when people, NGOs and the government ought to be taking a deeper look into the issues of rehabilitation, integration and the restoration of people that have been genuinely trafficked and treated without human rights. Individuals who fall into this category are countless in most countries. There is confusion placed on the problem of human trafficking, some says it is an immigration problem, others believe it is a result of global inequalities which caused the movement of people from one place to the other. However the fact that these inhuman activities are allowed to occur in any country is cruel and the government of such countries should be held responsible in developing policies which allow interventions that are supportive and coherent.