Human trafficking is not restricted to only one country; it happens all over the world. The majority of trafficked victims arguably come from the poorest strata of the nation's population. Every country in the world is affected by human trafficking. This shows how wide spread and diverse this crime really is. Out of all these countries there are 127 countries of origin, mainly developing countries. Belarus, the Republic of Moldova, the Russian Federation and Ukraine (Commonwealth of Independent States), Albania, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, China, Thailand, and Nigeria score very high as countries of origin for trafficking victims. There are a total of 98 transit countries. Of these 98 countries, Germany, Greece, and France are among about a dozen countries identified as having a "high" incidence of acting as transit countries. There are 137 destination countries, mainly in the industrialized world. Of these 137 countries, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Thailand, Turkey and the US are the top ten destinations for trafficking victims. These countries may have a high very high human trafficking rates but every plays a part in some way, shape, or form.