The purpose of this assignment is to learn more about the process of integrating Western psychosocial interventions with cultural frameworks and societal organization in the developing world.Review the readings for Modules 1 and 2. Choose one of the two psychosocial problems human trafficking or childhood depression and conduct a literature review. You may select a different problem but need to ensure there is adequate literature and obtain approval from your instructor. Focus on one country or region (e.g., sub-Saharan Africa, Alaskan natives) so that your recommendations are culture-specific. Describe the prevalence and causes of the problem in general and, if available, in your country or region of choice. Describe also the costs of the problem to the individuals and to the society in which it occurs, and which of these costs you hope to address through your program.Design an intervention program that is culturally appropriate, strengths-based, and empowering for the community. Include at least two of the following ecological levels: individual, family/group, community, and organization. For the family/group level, you may choose to use a naturally occurring group, such as a classroom or medical ward, or create your own. Or you may take the family of the identified patient as your group. For the community level, apply concepts of community development to create a sustained response to the problem. For the organizational level, identify the policies, resources, and stakeholder collaboration needed to support and implement your program.Complete your assignment by discussing how you will monitor and evaluate outcomes for all program goals.