A number of people across the globe travel from their homelands, covering millions of distances in search of better life usually as a result of civil conflicts in their nations.
Some of them succeed while others die on the way; however those who manage to reach their destinations find themselves in complex situations as many become victims of human rights violation.
Human traffickers take advantage of the most of those who may seem to be desperate to finding better living in other countries, promising them of good living standards but later realise later that the situation is different.
The guidelines have been developed as part of a joint programme that is implemented by the international organisation for migration, UHNCR and UNICEF, supporting government of Zambia to build the capacity of national actors in responding to mixed migration.
Meanwhile, EU head of delegation to Zambia Aad Biesebroek says trafficking of human beings is a serious crime and a gross violation of human rights which often linked with organised crime and is considered as one of the most profitable criminal activities worldwide.