Non-governmental organizations (or NGOs) are, by and large, responsible for their own fund-raising efforts. It is not unusual to find a well-drilled and world-renowned NGO that includes bookkeepers and accountants among its staff body. These organizations will also have their own aggressive marketing and advertising consultants on board to help them spread their message to the world. If such staff members are not employed on a full or part-time basis, these NGOs have outsourced the necessary tasks. But these come at a hefty fee at best. It now becomes necessary for likeminded anti trafficking organizations from around the world to build their bridges and make the necessary connections that allow them to collaborate and cooperate amongst each other in order to achieve the primary objective to save as many lives as possible.
Still to this day the plight of so many refugees and migrants fleeing war-torn and economically ravaged regions remains dire.
The consequences of global warming and climate change, owing to developed countries’ abuse have yet to be visibly and physically felt, but that day is coming soon. It can already be argued that such phenomena are what has placed so many smaller and less developed countries under financial pressures not always appreciated by those living and working in first-world countries. And yet there are those who will not allow a single migrant into their own backyard.
There is surely enough room to give those that deserve a chance to start life over again or give them a life that they have only been able to dream about. The desperation of so many people from around the world has meant open season for human traffickers who are prepared to go to the lowest depths to make money for themselves.