The report tries to point out the fact that most nations largely fail to uphold the children’s right in an inclusive manner, regardless of the acknowledged responsibility of affording special care and protection to children. Moreover, it explains that the chief mandate of ECPAT international is to monitor the implementation of the states’ action to accomplish the promises on the right of the child to be protected from sexual exploitation which includes trafficking. The main reason why children are trafficked is for cheap labor or sexual exploitation. The report states that out of the 170 nations reviewed, 64% of nations have the issue of domestic trafficking. It is not just the girls who are the victims of these gruesome activities, due to lack of recognition and awareness of their victimization, boys also are impacted. ECPAT with the grass root level NGOs have tried to get rid of this crime and have tried to make a long term impact by spreading awareness amongst the people. The report highlights the specific goals; which are improvement in legal framework, community-based prevention programmes and specialized services for child victim. It is believed that if these are implemented effectively, then there could be better protection of children across the globe. A well-defined measure has been explained in the report as-well so as to measure or to assess the progress of different nations. This measure would render clarity in the actions of the government and could then hold government accountable for not taking proper measures and implementing necessary policies.