Report Cover: Trafficking in Persons Report, June 2005In addition to the HTML-based files listed below, this report is also available in PDF format as a single file [PDF: 6.26 MBGet Adobe Acrobat Reader]. To view the PDF file, you will need to download, at no cost, the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Letter from Secretary Condoleezza Rice
Table of Contents (expanded version)

  1. Introduction
  2. International Best Practices
  3. Tier Placements
  4. Maps (with Regional Law Enforcement Statistics); and the Link Between HIV/AIDS and Trafficking in Persons (TIP)
  5. Country Narratives (A to Z)
  6. Special Cases
  7. United States Government Efforts
  8. International Conventions -- Matrix
  9. Trafficking Victims Protection Act
  10. Glossary of Acronyms

A Closing Note from the Drafters of the Report

Related Material
-- 02/01/06: Trafficking in Persons Interim Assessment
-- 09/21/05: Presidential Determination with Respect to Foreign Governments' Efforts Regarding Trafficking in Persons
-- 06/03/05: Secretary Rice's Remarks at the Release of the Fifth Annual Department of State Trafficking in Persons Report
-- 06/03/05: Senior Advisor Miller's Remarks at the Briefing on the Release of the Trafficking in Persons Report
-- 06/01/05: Public Release of the 2005 Trafficking in Persons Report

___________

*Upon review, the Fiscal Year 2004 anti-trafficking in persons (TIP) funding level was revised from $96 million to $82 million because some child labor programs were mistakenly included as anti-trafficking programs in the initial calculation.