All legal documents, that are considered in this research work, underline that, child trafficking is a worth fighting and a criminal act. But it is amazing that, although there are numerous legal instruments in the country the incidence, nature, effect and realities of child trafficking is unutterably outrageous. Like other parts of the country, Bahir Dar hosts zillion of trafficked children from every corner of the country. This is attributable to various and interdependent factors: economic, social, cultural, political, demographic and environmental factors. Induced by these factors, child trafficking results in serious psychosocial, medical, mental and other consequences on the victims and the community. Therefore, curving the problem and its resultant effects requires seeking solutions from economic, social, cultural, political, demographic and environmental perspective.