Human trafficking is a threat for a country like Bangladesh. It is the violation of human rights as well as causes mental & physical damages to the victim. As a border district Cox’s bazar is facing this problem & it is being highlighted in national & international media now-a-days. Government of Bangladesh has integrated plan to combat human trafficking. Several initiatives have been taken to address this problem. There are district, upazila & union level committee which need to be more functional. Maritime boundary of Cox’s bazar is the easiest way for human trafficking. This route needed to be monitored by the law enforcing agencies. The government enacted the Human Trafficking (Deterrence and Suppression) Act in 2012 and Overseas Employment and Migration Act in 2013 complying with the international standards. Provisions of these acts shall be followed strictly to address this issue. As a development partner of the government contribution of NGO’s can’t be ignored. Role of NGO to combat human trafficking is praiseworthy. In Cox’s bazar several NGO’s are working to solve this issue. Young power in social action (YPSA) is one of them. It is working with a view to rehabilitating the victims of trafficking. They have shelter home with adequate facilities for 100 victims. They also provide medical, psychological services as well as provide skill development training & business startup support to these victims.