||This study aimed to contribute to the reduction of child trafficking in the city of Cotonou
through good repression. Specifically, it has sought on the one hand, identify the causes and consequences of the activities of the kids on their well-being physical, moral and social psychological and sociological factors that do not favor a good suppression of child trafficking in the city of Cotonou and on the other, to
strengthen the mechanism of suppression of trafficking of children in the city of Cotonou. The theoretical framework used for this study is the SWOT analysis model to Learned, christensen, Andrews and Guth
(1960). It is qualitative and quantitative study that involved 120 subjects of different categories. Following our results, we concluded that the sociological factors do not promote proper application of law against child
trafficking, due to a lack of social consensus on the economic exploitation Children and influence on the communities involved in the repressive chain. For good suppression of the phenomenon, we suggested that the involvement of communities have
a legal basis, likely remedies to modern institutions and the focus is more on fines than prison sentences.