China has set up a DNA databank as a measure to help recover trafficked children. From Cao Li of China Daily:
A nationwide DNA databank has been launched to help authorities identify abducted children and return them to their families.
Already 32 of the nation’s 236 provincial and city laboratories have access to the network, with the rest to be added this month, said the Ministry of Public Security.
Blood samples will be taken of all parents who report missing children
May 1, 2009 9:46 PM