Report
Office To Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
April 22, 2010


The U.S. Government provides a substantial amount of international assistance aimed at preventing trafficking in persons, protecting victims, and prosecuting traffickers through foreign assistance from the Department of State, the Department of Labor’s Bureau of International Labor Affairs, and the U.S. Agency for International Development. In FY 2009, the U.S. Government supported 168 international anti-trafficking programs, totaling approximately $84 million and benefiting over 80 countries.

Note: The Department of Labor's projects, totaling approximately $42 million, primarily address trafficking as one of the worst forms of child labor. Such projects include stand alone TIP projects, but many include multi-faceted projects to address other worst forms of child labor in addition to trafficking. In these projects, the funds cannot be disaggregated.

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FUNDING (i.e., who? USAID, DOS/GTIP, DOS/PRM, DOS/EUR, ...etc) REGION (AF, WHA, EAP, NEA, SCA, EUR) COUNTRY RECIPIENT SUB-GRANTEE or CONTRACTEE Prevention - Awareness Protection - Services Prosecution - Law Enforcement Research & Data Collection Evaluation BRIEF PROJECT DESCRIPTION AMOUNT YEAR(S) (expected length of project) FUNDING SOURCE (INCLE, ESF, DA, MRA, …etc) FISCAL YEAR of FUNDS FY XXXX
DOS/PRMAFAfrican UnionIOM XX XIOM launched the continental campaign “AU Commission Initiative against Trafficking” (AU.COMMIT) to popularize and implement the Ouagadougou Action Plan to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings, Especially Women and Children. This project complements on-going efforts in the Migration Dialogue for West Africa (MIDWA), the Migration Dialogue for Southern Africa (MIDSA), the Inter Governmental Authority on Development-Regional Consultative Process (IGAD), and the EU-Africa Dialogue on migration.$60,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPAFBurundiUNODC X The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) will provide technical assistance for the Ministry of Justice in Burundi to draft national legislation that is in alignment with the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and the Palermo (TIP) Protocol. UNODC will also conduct in-depth training to improve the capacity of Burundi law enforcement, criminal justice, and judicial agencies. These trainings will focus on improving skills in identifying TIP victims and effectively investigating and prosecuting TIP offenses.$250,0001INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPAFCameroonCatholic Relief Services XXX Catholic Relief Services (CRS) proposes to work with four local partners in high-risk origin and source regions within Cameroon to empower communities and institutions. CRS and its partners will do this by raising awareness in local communities on trafficking and its dangers, as well as forming and training Vigilance Committees, which will continue to provide education and information on anti-trafficking legislation and counseling to families.$210,0001ESF2008
DOS/GTIPAFChadUnited Nations Children's Fund X Under the terms of a previously signed agreement, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) will work with the Government of Chad to prevent the recruitment of children into armed forces. UNICEF will also assist the government with a national program to release children from armed groups, offer them support, and then reintegrate them into their communities. There will be increased work at the community level with local and religious leaders to ensure the successful reintegration of these children.$210,0001INCLE2008
DOL/ILABAFCôte d’Ivoire and GhanaTulane University X XXTulane University will: 1) Assess public and private initiatives in the cocoa sector, aimed at development and implementation of industry-wide certification and verification systems; development and implementation of a child labor monitoring system; eliminating the WFCL and forced adult labor in the supply chain; and providing services to children working in the WFCL and adults engaged in forced labor; 2) Provide recommendations on the frequency of data collection needed to accurately report on the incidence of the WFCL and FAL; 3) Expand the Database on Exploitive Labor Interventions, which will be a web-based inventory of projects that combat child labor and child trafficking in the cocoa sector, in the two countries; and 4) Build the capacity of the Ivorian and Ghanaian Governments to gather, analyze, and utilize data.$1,200,0001.5DOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
DOL/ILABAFCôte d’Ivoire, Ghana, and NigeriaILO-IPEC XX XXThe project will contribute to national and sub-regional initiatives to combat the worst forms of child labor in West Africa. It has two main components; the first will support national efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labor in Ghana and Cote d’ivoire, including the trafficking of children into labor in fishing in Ghana and cocoa in Cote d’ivoire. The second project component aims at mobilizing sub-regional policy makers and improving regional cooperation for the elimination of the worst forms of child labor among all 15 member states of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). This specifically includes actions related to developing ECOWAS’ capacity to implement the 2006 Multilateral Cooperative Agreement to Combat Trafficking in Persons and the Joint Plan of Action against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, in West and Central African Regions, signed in Abuja.$7,600,0004.4DOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
DOS/GTIPAFCôte d'IvoireCôte d’Ivoire Prospérité X Côte D’Ivoire Prospérité will establish a reception and a transit center for young girls who are victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation. This center will include a room for registration of boarders, a dormitory equipped with beds, a dinning hall, and rooms for learning activities, training, and social activities. The project’s goal is to improve the condition of life and existence of young girls who are victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation.$400,0001ESF2008
DOS/GTIPAFDjboutiDOJ - OPDAT X This project aims to expand and strengthen the enforcement of Djibouti’s anti-trafficking laws. The Department of Justice/Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance, and Training will work to improve the capacity of the criminal justice professionals. Using attorneys with expertise in human trafficking investigation, prosecution, and victim protection this project will strengthen the institutional capacity of the government to prosecute and adjudicate cases.$280,0001.7INCLE2008
USAIDAFDRCCooperazione Internazionale X Through the Cooperazione Internazionale (COOPI) Program for Psychosocial Support and Reintegration of Survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Eastern DRC ($4,945,045 from 2008 to 2011), survivors of sexual and gender-based violence receive services to improve quality of life, including livelihoods and education as appropriate. The program targets victims of trafficking in persons, which includes children associated with armed groups, and those forced into prostitution or forced labor.$200,0003ESF2009
DOS/GTIPAFGhanaLegal Resource Center XXX The Legal Resource Center (LRC) will conduct specialized training for law enforcement, prosecutors, immigration and customs officials, defense lawyers, and the judiciary. These trainings will address current shortfalls in legal regulations, identify and resolve obstacles for implementing existing TIP laws, discuss international best practices, and improve skills in victim identification and protection practices.$400,0002INCLE2008
DOS/PRMAFGhanaIOM X XXContinue on-going activities for assisted voluntary return and reintegration of trafficked Ghanaian children. IOM, in partnership with relevant Ghanaian Ministries, UNICEF, and NGOs will continue to identify and provide documentation to children who have been trafficked to Ghana to work in fisheries. This project assists the children, provides counseling, transportation, family reunification, as well activities to facilitate the reintegration of the returned children. Activities include also alternative support and income generation to fishermen and families, to help stop trafficking of children.$80,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPAFGuinea-BissauIOM XX The International Organization for Migration (IOM) will seek to strengthen the Guinea-Bissau government's ability to respond effectively to human trafficking by conducting training for law enforcement/border officials and NGOs on the issue of trafficking in children. IOM will also work to establish a National Task Force against Child Trafficking to become a coordination mechanism for counter trafficking activities in the country. Finally, IOM will provide support to a shelter and provide technical assistance in shelter management and service delivery to TIP victims.$400,0002INCLE2009
DOL/ILABAFKenyaILO-IPEC XX XXThe project is in support of the Government of Kenya’s effort to implement the National Action Plan for the elimination of the worst forms of child labor. A total of 7,000 children will be targeted for withdrawal (3,500) and prevention (3,500) from exploitive child labor, including trafficking, through the provision of direct educational services. The project will use an integrated area based approach to combat any and all worst forms of child labor within the targeted districts, creating child labor free zones. The project will reintegrate and repatriate, where appropriate, children rescued from trafficking and forced child labor, including commercial sexual exploitation.$4,600,0003.75DOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
DOS/GTIPAFKenyaRipe for Harvest X Ripe for Harvest (RFH) will produce an anti-TIP music video and documentary from a song formulated through collaboration with six East African musicians. This video will focus on informing youth about the nature and consequences of TIP; persuade youth to be vigilant in increasing their own safety so as to reduce the incidence of TIP; and motivate young people in East African to take necessary action in the fight against TIP.$50,0000.75ESF2008
DOS/GTIPAFLiberiaWorld Hope International XX World Hope International (WHI) proposes to reduce the incidence of TIP by training communities and stakeholders on trafficking issues. Through outreach activities WHI will also provide protection to survivors of trafficking by creating a three-pronged mechanism: Service Provider Networks (SPN), Village Parent Groups (VPGs), and local Service Providers (SPs). All three groups will address prevention, victim identification, and referral to appropriate aftercare services.$360,0001ESF2008
DOL/ILABAFMalawiILO-IPEC XX XXThe project aims to support the Government of Malawi’s efforts to implement the National Action to combat child labor. As part of the overall goal of combating child labor in several sectors, the project will lobby and advocate the Government of Malawi to endorse the country’s Trafficking Bill. With district level partners (e.g. police), the project will use a multi-sectoral approach to combat trafficking. Under the care of child labor committees, transition homes will be created for victims of trafficking who were withdrawn from child labor that will be returned and reintegrated to their home communities. Children will receive counselling and assistance to access formal or informal schools and/or vocational training. Income generating activities will be provided to parents and guardians of returned children. The project will also support the Ministry of Labor as it institutes discussions and collaboration with the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Home Affairs, and other relevant authorities in neighbouring countries (Zambia, South Africa, Mozambique) for the return of trafficked children.$2,757,0003.3DOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
DOS/GTIPAFRegional (Burundi and Democratic Republic of the Congo)Heartland Alliance for Human Needs and Human Rights X Through this regional imitative, Heartland Alliance for Human Needs and Human Rights will work throughout Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to provide direct victim services to trafficking survivors. Services will include the provision of counseling, psychosocial support, and vocational training.$900,0003ESF2009
DOS/GTIPAFRegional (South Africa, Swaziland, and Mozambique)World Hope International X World Hope International (WHI) will build the capacity of World Hope South Africa (WHSA), a local non-profit organization. WHI’s efforts will focus on anti-trafficking in persons awareness-raising and prevention campaigns, and strengthening the capacity of the local organization.$200,0001.5ESF2008
DOS/PRMAFSADC RegionIOM XX XXContinuation of a regional program of prevention, capacity-building, and victims' assistance in the SADC region. This project also supports related activities of the Migration Dialogue for Southern Africa (MIDSA).$72,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPAFSierra LeoneCenter for Victims of Torture X In coordination with government entities, universities, and other NGOs, CVT will conduct in-depth, specialized trainings for staff at other agencies and organizations working with affected populations. Additionally, throughout the period of this new project, Center for Victims of Torture (CVT) will continue to provide direct psychological counseling to TIP victims through its existing project in Freetown, Sierra Leone.$510,0001.5ESF2008
DOS/GTIPAFSouth AfricaInternational Association for Women Judges South Africa Chapter XXX International Association for Women Judges, South Africa Chapter (IAWJ-SAC) plans to conduct training for members of the South African judiciary. This training will focus on different aspects of TIP, specifically how to identify victims, available international and regional legal frameworks to combat TIP, and the role of the judiciary in protecting victims. IAWJ-SAC will build a network of mentors to serve as a resource on trafficking issues for the South African judiciary. Finally, IAWJ- SAC will develop a resource manual on human trafficking for the judiciary.$200,0001INCLE2008
DOS/PRMAFTanzaniaIOM XX XXContinuation of a project initiated as part of the President's anti-trafficking initiative. The project combines assistance to victims of trafficking, awareness-raising in affected communities, and technical cooperation with concerned governmental entities and NGOs. The project will assist victims of trafficking to rehabilitate and reintegrate, as well as find sustainable income to help avoid re-trafficking.$110,0001MRA2009
DOS/PRMAFUganda/DRCIOM XX XXContinuation of a project to assist and support the safe return to the DRC from Uganda, and the sustainable reintegration of Congolese victims of trafficking, while building opportunities for longer-term cross-border cooperation between DRC and Uganda. Since September 2007, IOM assisted 47 women and 62 children under this program, including travel documentation and birth certificates for children born in Uganda to allow travel back to the DRC. The project also works with the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Uganda to establish a more coordinated and uniform approach to addressing the trafficking in persons phenomena in Uganda.$170,0001MRA2009
DOS/PRMAFWest AfricaIOM XX XContinuation of a program to support the governments of Burkina Faso, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Ivory Coast, Mali, Niger, and Senegal in their efforts to combat trafficking in children in West Africa, to protect victims, and to offer return and reintegration assistance to trafficked children. Since October 2007, the project assisted 116 trafficking victims mostly boys trafficked for begging by Islamic leaders. The project includes strengthening of a referral system and shelter protection through NGOs and civil society, family tracing and return assistance to the country/community of origin, as well as tailored reintegration assistance for returned victims to help prevent re-trafficking (such as support to attend school, or apprenticeship).$280,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPAFZambiaIOM XXX The International Organization for Migration will seek to strengthen the Zambian national response to human trafficking through ensuring the promotion of the goals of prevention, protection, and prosecution both nationally and within the South African Development Community (SADC) region. This will include training for law enforcement on human trafficking, training the Government and Civil society on the newly adopted Zambian anti-trafficking legislation, and providing assistance to victims of trafficking.$400,0002INCLE2009
DOS/EAPEAPAll ASEANASEAN & ASEAN-US Technical Assistance and Training FacilityNot yet selected decided No specific project yet- plan to work with ASEAN on an as-yet undetermined TIP project$115,000up to 5 yearsESF2008
DOS/GTIPEAPBurmaSave the Children Federation XX Save the Children’s overarching objective is to establish effective child protection systems in communities and townships. Specifically, the project will focus on building collaboration and establish effective counter-trafficking community-based systems in three townships: That on in Mon State, Hpa’an in Karen State, and Namkham in Northern Shan State. The child protection systems will primarily serve children ages 10-18 who are at risk of being trafficked, are returning trafficking victims, are working in exploitative labor, and/or are internally displaced or migrating.$334,3073ESF2008
DOS/GTIPEAPCambodiaAgir por les Femmes en Situation Precaire (AFESIP) X Agir por les Femmes en Situation Precaire (AFESIP) will provide three service centers in Cambodia. These centers will serve victims through a focus on rescue, rehabilitation, and reintegration. The primary function of the centers is to provide victims with residential living space that meets their immediate needs, including medical evaluations and treatment (including tests for STDs and HIV/AIDS); psychological counseling to establish and restore self-confidence and self-esteem; support to family members; and childcare and parenting skills to residents in order to allow them to focus on their own rehabilitation.$336,4003ESF2008
DOS/GTIPEAPCambodiaInternational Justice Mission X The International Justice Mission (IJM) will implement its police training program in Kratie and Sihanoukville. It will also create a replicable program in Phnom Penh aimed at empowering and investing in survivors of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) who, through support and guidance of IJM aftercare partners, have reached a high level of recovery and have expressed the desire to assist newly rescued CSE victims.$100,0001INCLE2009
DOS/GTIPEAPCambodiaWorld Hope International X This project will provide services to girls and young women who have been involved in commercial sexual exploitation (CSE), including safe and home-like housing; mental and physical health assessments and initial treatment; referrals to medium or long-term care facilities, or return home when safe and feasible. This project will strengthen and further develop TIP protection networks with human rights organizations, the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) ministries, police forces, shelter organizations, and other local stakeholders.$260,0001ESF/INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPEAPCambodiaWorld Hope International X World Hope International will implement a satellite assessment center in Siem Reap, based on its G/TIP funded assessment and aftercare center in Phnom Penh. The organization will provide comprehensive services for girl survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and rape. Services will include medical and mental health assessments, art therapy, and assistance with preparing for court proceedings, with the goal of recovery and integration into healthy communities.$325,0002INCLE2009
USAIDEAPCambodiaThe Asia FoundationInternational Justice Mission; World Vision; SHISHA; Khmer Mekong Film; Damnok Toek; Rural Development AssociationXXXX Support to the RGC for the National Task Force, High Level Working Group and select Provincial Task Forces on TIP, of which coordination among all TIP actors is a key component (including data collection), and targeted interventions in the areas of Prevention, Protection and Prosecution$1,450,0005DA/ESF2007
DOS/GTIPEAPChinaUniversity Enterprises, Inc. / California State University, Sacramento XXX University Enterprises, Inc. (UEI) is the auxiliary organization authorized to accept and administer grants though California State University, Sacramento. UEI will develop a partnership with The Peking University Woman Law Studies and Legal Aid Center (WLSLAC) and local NGOs. The project aims to collaborate with women’s federations in provinces where trafficking cases are frequently found.$200,0003ESF2008
DOS/PRMEAPChinaIOM XX XXThis project aids implementation of the Chinese National Plan of Action by improving VoT shelter administration and management in the Peoples’ Republic of China. Towards this end, IOM plans to: (a) convene national and regional workshops for Chinese officials, academics, and social workers on best practices in VoT shelter management; (b) translate IOM counter-trafficking manuals and training materials to Chinese; (c) conduct a review of China’s counter-trafficking laws; and (d) establish a model VoT shelter.$220,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPEAPFijiSave the Children - Fiji XXX Through this project, Save the Children-Fiji (SC) will build resilience of Fiji’s communities and institutions by protecting those at-risk through strengthened immigration and border controls and other anti-trafficking policies and legislation. To accomplish this, SC will advocate for enforcement of existing legislation and policies, as well as make recommendations for new legislation and policies to combat TIP, and develop materials for training of trainers. These materials will address TIP, commercial child sexual exploitation, and children’s rights and protection.$226,7672INCLE2009
DOL/ILABEAPIndonesiaSave the Children Federation in association with World Education XX XXThe objective of the project is to prevent or withdraw children from multiple worst forms of child labor, including: children engaged in domestic work, children working on palm oil plantations, street children, and children who have been trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation or forced labor, through providing direct services, including education or training opportunities. In addition, the project will implement other trafficking-related activities such as awareness raising and capacity building. The project will establish 5 community support and reintegration centers to provide individualized care for some children being withdrawn from exploitive labor, including children who have been trafficked. These centers are meant to serve as one stop service shops for these children, who will each be assigned a case manager. Trafficked children will either be reintegrated with their family or placed in foster care. The project will provide support for children placed in foster care and continue to monitor all child direct beneficiaries$5,500,0004DOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
DOS/GTIPEAPIndonesiaDOJ - OPDAT X The Department of Justice (DOJ)/Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training (OPDAT) will conduct programs designed to implement the new anti-trafficking (TIP) laws and to strengthen targeted law enforcement responses to TIP cases, with a particular focus on forced labor. This project will build upon the G/TIP funded spring 2008 OPDAT Intermittent Legal Advisor activities.$190,0001ESF2009
DOS/GTIPEAPIndonesiaIOM X This project’s overall goal is to contribute to Indonesia’s efforts to fight human trafficking by supporting an ongoing, sustainable mechanism for comprehensive victim recovery, assistance, and protection. The project consists of a 12 month extension of ongoing activities to provide medical and psycho-social recovery for trafficking victims. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) will also provide technical assistance to government agencies, NGOs and faith-based organizations (FBO).$360,0001INCLE2008
DOS/ECAEAPJapanDr. Petrice R. FlowersU.S. Fulbright Scholar X Research project focusing on public policy - Expanding Protection: Increasing Coordination of Refugee and Anti-Trafficking Policies in Japan and Korea”$69,0009 monthsECA Base2009
DOS/GTIPEAPKoreaAbt Associates X The project will assess the feasibility of conducting an evaluation to determine the effectiveness of the “johns’ school” program in the Republic of Korea. A johns’ school gives first-time offenders arrested for alleged solicitation of prostitution the option of attending school instead of going to trial. Johns’ school curriculum includes health education and information about the negative impact of prostitution.$29,9000.75INCLE2007
DOS/PRMEAPKoreaIOM X XXUnder this project IOM/Seoul will continue to compile information on the nature and scope of trafficking amongst North Koreans before they were resettled to safety. The results will help us better understand the vulnerabilities of North Koreans on their journey to South Korea and other safe havens. Results may also prove helpful to service providers to identify trafficking victims amongst the defectors and to help provide targeted interventions to address the specific needs of survivors of trafficking, thus helping them integrate into society most effectively.$250,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPEAPLaosAsia Foundation, The X The Asia Foundation (TAF) will enhance cooperation between law enforcement, social service providers, and community groups to protect victims’ rights and prosecute traffickers. TAF will conduct a survey of trafficking “hotspots” to help law enforcement target limited resources more effectively. They will also train community security officers to assist trafficking victims and lead community watch groups. TAF will facilitate multi-sector teams to coordinate anti-trafficking efforts in 3 provinces.$350,0002ESF2009
DOS/GTIPEAPMalaysiaBoat People SOS XX This project will build on existing partnerships with local organizations and groups to expand capabilities in Tenaganita. Activities will include community education and specialized services to TIP survivors in Penang; establishing information and referral services for vulnerable Vietnamese workers; training counselors on promising practices for assisting TIP victims; and achieving sustainability through increased community support for anti-trafficking work.$200,0002ESF2008
DOS/PRMEAPMekong Region (may include:Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar, China/Sunnan Province)IOM X XXContinuation of a project to facilitate return and reintegration assistance for victims trafficked between countries of the Mekong region (Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Burma, and the Yunnan province in China.) With this program, children identified in detention centers are taken to Thai government-run orphanages while awaiting repatriation. This project supports return and reintegration activities, and IOM’s work with countries in the region to institutionalize procedures on returns of TIP victims.$290,3431MRA2009
DOS/GTIPEAPMongoliaAmerican Bar Association for Justice and Education XXX This project will increase the capacity of local lawyers and advocates for increased witness/victim protection and serve urban poor and those living in temporary border areas. The American Bar Association (ABA) project will provide training for lawyers and advocates on victim/witness protection and compensation. The ABA will also increase awareness among government officials and other stakeholders; and provide legal, social, medical, and psychological services.$465,0002ESF2009
DOS/GTIPEAPMongoliaAsia Foundation, The X This project will address the challenges and obstacles to the prosecution of human trafficking cases in Mongolia. The goal is to reduce and deter human trafficking from and within Mongolia through improved investigation, increased prosecution, and enhanced prevention activities. The program will build the capacity of prosecutors, the judiciary, and law enforcement to investigate, build cases, as well as to adjudicate and prosecute offenders.$509,4002INCLE2008
DOS/PRMEAPMongoliaIOM XX XXThis project continues to support capacity-building activities for government and civil society to provide protection, return, and reintegration assistance for Mongolian and international TIP victims. Activities include meetings with government representatives, training sessions for key government and NGO players in victims’ identification and assistance, as well as information dissemination through Consulates (including one-day sessions in Macau and Erlin). IOM activities are carried out in cooperation with The Asia Foundation. In the span of 13 months, IOM and its partners have already identified and assisted an additional 153 male and female victims of trafficking.$145,0001MRA2009
DOL/ILABEAPPhilippinesILO-IPEC XX XXThe overall goal of this project is to support national and local child labor policy; integrate the child labor agenda into national and local frameworks; and withdraw and prevent children from engaging in the worst forms of child labor through the provision of education and non-education services, including children prevented from being trafficked for domestic child labor and commercial sexual exploitation.$4,750,0004DOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
DOS/GTIPEAPPhilippinesDOJ - OPDAT X Through this project the Department of Justice/Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training (DOJ/OPDAT) plans to increase the number of successful prosecutions and convictions of persons engaged in human trafficking. DOJ/OPDAT will develop and implement training for prosecutors who handle TIP cases throughout the country. These trainings will focus on relevant TIP statutes, advocacy skills, and resources available for both TIP victims and child victims of commercial sexual exploitation, including child pornography and sex tourism.$500,0003INCLE2008
USAIDEAPPhilippinesVisayan Forum XXX Assistance to support the operations of halfway houses for TIP victims in ports located in Mindanao, build capacity of anti-Tip taskforces at the ports, and conduct expanded advocacy campaign against trafficking.$300,0003DA2008
USAIDEAPRegional Development Mission for AsiaMTV Exit X Raise awareness among the region’s youth, those most at-risk of being trafficked or whose behavior encourages trafficking and exploitation. Leveraging MTV’s leadership and brand appeal to provide a platform for NGOs, governments and others to prevent trafficking and assist victims.$1,300,0004DA2006
USAIDEAPSri LankaSolidarity Center X The SC will support the Migrant Services Centre (MSC) and Migrant Workers Associations (MWA) to conduct workshops on the ILO Multilateral Framework on Labor Migration and Sri Lanka's Proposed National Migration Policy.$11,789 DF2009
DOS/GTIPEAPTaiwanDOJ - OPDAT XXX The Department of Justice/Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training (DOJ/OPDAT) will post an Intermittent Legal Advisor (ILA) in Taipei for approximately three months. The funds will also support the travel of a Federal Victim/Witness Coordinator who will participate in training activities over the course of about 30 days. The ILA will implement TIP activities that will include case consultation and specialized support to the TIP prosecution unit and locally designated TIP prosecutors.$178,2310.75INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPEAPThailandAsian Research Center for Migration XX This project will conduct a study and provide a final report that addresses the practices of Thai recruitment agencies. The study will analyze the structure and profile of Thai licensed recruitment agencies, including their current practices in recruiting Thai migrants to work abroad, interaction with government officials and politicians, and their enforcement of the Employment Recruitment Law and its influence on protecting workers from being trafficked. The study should shed light on the link between labor recruitment and human trafficking through the operation of recruitment agencies.$85,0001ESF2008
DOS/GTIPEAPThailandTRAFCORD XXX In this project, TRAFCORD, a non-governmental coordination unit for anti-human trafficking operations in the Chiang Mai region of northern Thailand, will coordinate government and non-governmental activities to combat sexual abuse of children and human trafficking in the nine provinces of the upper northern region of Thailand as well as their associated Burmese and Lao border regions. TRAFCORD will provide protection and assistance for victims, including reviewing incident reports; conducting rescue missions; and providing other victim services, such as legal assistance, reintegration and rehabilitation.$125,0001INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPEAPTimor-LesteIOM XXX The International Organization for Migration (IOM) will increase the ability of the Government of Timor-Leste to prosecute trafficking offenders, improve the quality and quantity of protection services available to victims of trafficking, and increase the capacity and coordination of Timor-Leste’s institutions. IOM plans to achieve this by establishing a legal working group that will draft recommendations for comprehensive counter-trafficking legislation as well as conduct workshops for government and community leaders.$295,4001ESF2008
DOS/PRMEAPVietnamIOM XX XXThis funding supports ongoing activities, including awareness-raising through the Vietnamese Women's Unions, and on-the-job training for women at high risk of being trafficked, and returning victims. Victims of trafficking are interspersed with other participants to avoiding stigmatization. The project also includes the translation and delivery of all four new PRM-funded anti-trafficking training modules, to build capacity of government and NGOs. In the coming year, IOM will also undertake activities to address the problem of the trafficking of Vietnamese brides, and raise awareness on the TIP issue along the Northern border.$70,0001MRA2009
USAIDEAPVietnamUNBlue Dragon Children Foundation; Center for Studies and Applied Sciences in Gender, Families, Women and Adolescents. (CSAGA);
Couseling-Research and Life Psychology (SHARE)
X XX UN Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP) works with Government of Vietnam to improve the shelter services for victims of trafficking, enhance the services for under-served groups (men, ethnic minorities), strengthen the quality of cases monitoring and documentation and improve the statistics in human trafficking.$500,0003DA2009
USAIDEAPVietnamThe Asia FoundationVietnamese counterparts: Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs; Vietnam Institute for Educational Sciences's Research Center for Educational TechnologiesXX Within 2 year frame, the Asia Foundation (TAF) will provide safe migration education for approximately 40,000 youth inside and outside school in the two provinces at the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. In addition, TAF will work with GVN's Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs to develop the National Standards for TIP Victim Protection and the Manual for Victim Assistances which will be used by the shelter's network through out the country .$500,0002DA2009
DOS/PPDEURAlbaniaWomen in Development Shkoder X The work aimed to prevent, to protect vulnerable groups and communities in risk of trafficking of human beings in Shkodra, Malesi e Madhe and Puka.
This aim will be accomplished through:
a) Sensitizing training sessions with women and girls of Bushat Commune
b) Sensitizing training sessions with school students in the rural area of Shkodra (commune Rrethina), Puka(commune Qeret), and the students of Malesi e Madhe (commune Kastrat, commune Gruemire)
c) Summer groups of children, youngsters, women from Shkodra(to improve English language skills, games, painting activities, animated activities, excursions, discussions on social topics etc. Short educating and sensitizing sessions about the problems of trafficking)
d) Meetings and discussions in community in small groups
e) Social - awareness activities with communitarian basis
f) Sensitizing campaigns for the public opinion
$16,77010 monthsAEECA2009
USAIDEURAlbaniaTerre des Hommes/Creative Associates ending summer, 2009. New award to start 09/2009. XX Reduce child trafficking through prevention and protection efforts. Award and manage sub-grants to facilitate prevention and reintegration activities.$500,0006SEED2007
DOS/GTIPEURArmeniaUnited Methodist Committee on Relief XX The United Methodist Committee on Relief will work to combat TIP in Armenia through implementation of a 12-month program to build the capacity of a local organization, Democracy Today (DT), to improve DT’s capacity to protect TIP victims, as well as prevent future incidences of trafficking.$200,0001ESF2008
DOS/GTIPEURArmeniaWorld Vision XX World Vision intends to increase the capacity of current and future Government of Armenia social workers to identify, refer, and assist victims of trafficking. It intends to accomplish this by introducing a course on trafficking and specialized victim assistance into the National Social Work Education Curriculum. Additionally, World Vision hopes to empower community leaders to prevent human trafficking through increased education, information, and strengthened community support systems.$235,0001ESF2009
USAIDEURBelarusIOMRed Cross and local NGOsXX Direct support to victim assistance and prevention work of NGOs, faith based organizations and other local groups; local NGO capacity development to provide protection and prevention services; public information campaigns on the risks of trafficking.$637,9232.5FSA2008
USAIDEURBosnia and HerzegovinaCRS XXX Expanding of trafficking education to secondary school system, improving reintegration programs to national victims by training social workers, improving of implementation of the Bosnian Action Plan for anti-trafficking.$150,0003SEED2007
DOS/ECAEURBulgariaAlexandra FoxU.S. Fulbright StudentX SEX king in Bulgaria: Prevention through Government and NGO Cooperation$14,00010 monthsECA Base2009
DOS/GTIPEURCyprusLOLA Films X This project will support the completion of a short film which depicts the realities of modern day slavery. The 15 minute film “Lullaby” is a provocative work that deals with issues of TIP and the brutal exploitation of foreign women in Cyprus. It traces the story of a Ukrainian woman trafficked into the Cabaret business in Cyprus. Once completed, the film will be entered into international film festivals and screened on Cypriot Television as well as in cinemas.$20,9000.5ESF2008
USAIDEURKosovoIOM/AED XX Overall objectives are to enhance social integration services available to VoTs and to reduce the incidence of TIP by mitigating factors that contribute to greater vulnerability. Program will also increase the participation of civil society in prevention initiatives.$410,0001SEED2009
DOS/PPDEURMacedoniaCoalition All for Fair Trials X X The Main goals of the project are: (1) Assess the changes from the earlier period and propose new measures and areas of improvement- through trial monitoring of trafficking in human beings cases, mediation in prostitution and cases of smuggling of migrants before the basic courts throughout the country.
(2) Support the improvement of the role of the judiciary in providing adequate response to THB related cases- providing recommendations and follow-up on their implementation.
(3) Raise the awareness among legal professionals and the public on fighting with Trafficking in Human Beings, Mediation in prostitution and Smuggling of Migrants- press conferences, final annual reports with statistics and findings.
$15, 5707 monthsAEECA2009
DOS/GTIPEURMoldovaLa Strada XXX The project will contribute to increasing the effectiveness of combating trafficking in persons in Moldova, ensuring and improving the access of victims to necessary protection and assistance. The project will support the efforts of national authorities to strengthen the institutional and regulatory framework to counteract trafficking in persons of all levels (transnational, national, and local). La Strada will train and assist local government officials in setting and developing a monitoring mechanism for the assessment and implementation of National Referral Mechanism.$320,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPEURMoldovaWinrock International XX Winrock International (Winrock) will build the capacity of Transnistria NGOs by increasing economic opportunities, legal, and psychological assistance for victims of trafficking and those at risk. It will also establish Mobile Training Teams and strengthen victim identification, assistance, and referrals by health, education, and law enforcement professionals. Winrock aims to achieve this by having “Leadership for Trafficking Prevention” trainings, arranging crisis intervention services to include walk-in psychological and crisis consultations, peer support groups, telephone help lines, and referral networks to legal and psychological providers.$351,0002ESF2008
USAIDEURMoldovaUNDP XXXX Better Opportunities for Youth and Women in Moldova Project. Project extended one year to June 2010.$300,0004FSA2007
DOS/ECAEURPolandKatherine CiochU.S. Fulbright StudentX Preventing and Combating Human Trafficking in Poland$13,0209 monthsECA Base2009
DOS/PPDEURRussiaBaikal Regional Women’s Alliance “Angara”, Irkutsk X X The project is submitted by expert on trafficking Albina Shirobokova. Her project is aimed at covering deficiency of education at schools which train law-enforcement officers. The project suggests developing course Trafficking Prevention and piloting that course out at 5 schools of Irkutsk Oblast. The course will explain Russian and International legislation related to trafficking; will teach how to identify trafficking victims and how to help them. After 12 seminars at different police schools the project will held final project conference to discuss results and to develop further plan of actions.$22,9309 monthsAEECA2009
DOS/PPDEURRussiaProject Kesher, Regional Public Organization of Jewish Women, Moscow
X The project will have anti-trafficking campaign in two vulnerable regions Dagestan and Stavropol of the Northern Caucasus. Working teams in both areas will have 2 days seminars where the main knowledge on trafficking prevention will be discussed and the plan of action for each community will be developed. At the end of the seminar each community will have detailed plan of actions and necessary skills for its implementation. Each community will conduct interactive workshops for young people, round table discussions with administration and law-enforcement agencies. Aggressive information campaign will be out on the street in both cities. Posters, stickers, brochures and DVDs will be disseminated in the transport, universities, some state agencies, and right on the street by volunteers. Mass media will support information campaign by publications on trafficking. Final conference in both Derbent and Kislovodsk will discuss the best practices and the best practices which might be disseminated to other regions of Russia and other CIS countries.$24,17110 monthsAEECA2009
DOS/PPDEURRussiaResource Center for the Prevention of Violence X The project seeks to increase trafficking awareness through educational programs. It will conduct educational seminar for journalists. Trained journalists will make at least 15 publications in the mass media for rural areas of Rostov oblast. The project will organize training for professional community representing employment centers, educational institutions and social services of 5 regional centers and 3 towns Rostov oblast. There will be training organized for students of Rostov oblast universities. Interested students will become volunteers and conduct training themselves with counseling support from the project leaders. The project will hold final meeting of all project participants to exchange experience, discuss project results, and to develop plan of further activity.$23,3850.5AEECA2009
DOS/ECAEURTurkeyAlice AugustineU.S. Fulbright StudentX The Story behind Rapid Evolution of Laws of Human Trafficking in Turkey$11,3509 monthsECA Base2009
DOS/GTIPEURUkraineIOMAmerican Bar Association (Rlue of Law Initiative) X A joint International Organization for Migration (IOM)-American Bar Association (ABA) initiative will seek to identify the current obstacles in the Ukraine legal system affecting the ability to build and prosecute cases against TIP offenders. The project will improve Ukraine’s ability to prosecute TIP cases by analyzing the current procedures. IOM-ABA will jointly analyze the institutional framework, internal regulations and practices of the General Prosecutors Office, witness protection mechanisms, and court practices employed by prosecutors in TIP cases.$307,6001.5INCLE2008
DOS/PPDEURUkraineKharkiv Regional NGO “International Women’s Society” X The project is aimed at combating human trafficking and preventing involvement of young people in sex industry. NGO plans to conduct a training of trainers and 9 anti-trafficking training sessions for high school students. The organization also intends to carry out 2 round tables and 4 training sessions for teachers and principals of high schools and boarding schools, administrators of youth clubs, national communities, heads of orphanages and boarding schools in order to discuss risks of trafficking and efficient prevention tools. The NGO plans to have a contest of posters to draw public attention to TIP. The best posters will be printed and distributed among high schools. The organization will also develop and publish a book on trafficking prevention entitled “Youth against TIP”. During the final conference “Youth against Human Trafficking” the project participants will discuss project results that will be covered by local mass media.$11,3441AEECA2009
USAIDEURUkraineIOM X X Direct support to victim assistance and prevention work of NGOs, faith based organizations and other local groups; development of public/private NGO networks at local, national and transnational levels; improved information on scope of trafficking.$1,000,0005FSA2007
DOS/ECAGlobalGlobalInternational VisitorsInternational Visitor Leadership ProgramXXXXX75 government officials, human rights activists, law enforcement officials, and NGO representatives explore U.S. efforts to combat trafficking in persons at the local, state and national levels.$1,650,0001ECA Base2009
DOS/GTIPGlobalGlobalCoalition Against Trafficking in Women-Asia Pacific X Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-Asia Pacific (CATW-AP) plans to expand its project on educating young men on gender issues, sexuality, and the consequences of prostitution as methods to reduce the demand which fuels sex trafficking, as well as addressing young women’s vulnerability to sexual exploitation. CATW-AP hopes to achieve this by implementing young men’s and young women’s separate educational camps focusing on gender issues, sexuality, and sex trafficking.$500,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPGlobalGlobalIOM X A joint International Organization for Migration (IOM)/Training and Awareness on Counter-Trafficking for Peacekeepers (TACTIK) project will form a multidisciplinary working group to develop training modules and materials for international peacekeepers. IOM-TACTIK will also provide training for trainers to focus on TIP and its impact. Trainers will then present training modules to peacekeepers that focus on trafficking and participants’ roles and responsibilities.$168,0001INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPGlobalGlobalIOM X These funds supplement the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) existing grant and will enable IOM to continue management of its Global Human Trafficking Information Management System through FY 2009. The database will facilitate case management and coordination of activities for TIP victims in a standardized manner. This system will strengthen the ability of the organization to compare information abut victims served in IOM facilities, analyze trends in experiences and service needs of victims, and will track and analyze methods used by traffickers.$178,5000.7INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPGlobalGlobalIOM XX The International Organization for Migration (IOM) developed and manages the global human trafficking database, which is the largest single repository of primary, single case data on assisted trafficked persons. This project will build on the successes of a current grant and will raise global awareness on all forms of human trafficking through the analysis and dissemination of data contained within the system as well as action-based research.$340,0001.5ESF2009
DOS/GTIPGlobalGlobalIOM XX This eighth month project will allow for the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to conduct an assessment and prepare a report of post-training experience of the “Human Trafficking for Law Enforcement” course graduates.$28,2380.7INCLE2007
DOS/GTIPGlobalGlobalNedal Foundation XX The Nedan Foundation will build regional collaboration to combat cross-border trafficking in the North East Region of India and its bordering countries, including Bhutan, Burma, and China. Through this project Nedan will develop Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs) for rescue and repatriation of trafficking survivors, provide support services through an income generation program, and build the capacity of the North East Network Forum Against Trafficking. This will be accomplished by providing consultation workshops focusing on cross-border trafficking and discrimination against victims of trafficking.$291,0001ESF2008
DOS/GTIPGlobalGlobalUrban Institute X Urban Institute will assess four G/TIP-funded anti-TIP programs selected by G/TIP due to the strength of their current activities. These assessments will result in the development and distribution of promising practices. The selected programs will be the subject of on-site review with a special emphasis on evaluating the soundness of the project design, the potential replication of activities, the measurement of effectiveness, and whether data is available to evaluate program impact.$200,0001ESF2008
DOS/GTIPGlobalGlobalWestat, Inc. X Westat will assess four G/TIP-funded anti-TIP programs selected by G/TIP due to the strength of their current activities. These assessments will result in the development and distribution of promising practices. The selected programs will be the subject of on-site review with a special emphasis on evaluating the soundness of the project design, the potential replication of activities, the measurement of effectiveness, and whether data is available to evaluate program impact.$200,0001ESF2008
DOS/PRMGlobalGlobalIOM X XThese off-the-shelf modules, which were developed with input from IOM missions from around the world, assemble IOM’s institutional expertise into modules that are easily adaptable and delivered in different contexts. All seven modules are available in English and Spanish (four are available in French). PRM also funded the development of a Handbook on Performance Indicators for Counter-Trafficking Projects, to help assess the impact of anti-trafficking programming. This Handbook which includes indictors for activities covering the 3P's (Protection, Prosecution, and Prevention) is meant as a reference tool for practitioners, and is disseminated in hard copies and CDs, as well as posted on IOM's and PRM's websites.$20,0001MRA2009
DOS/PRMGlobalGlobalIOM X XThis program established with PRM support in FY2000 provides a global referral and rapid assistance mechanism for stranded victims of trafficking, where there are no existing on-going programs. Stranded individuals in need of protection and voluntary return assistance can apply directly with IOM, or through a governmental or non-governmental organization (NGO). Victims can be referred by local police or NGOs when rescued, or when placed in custody as a result of police actions. To date, the GAF has helped 653 victims return home. The GAF has also provided some key information to help identify sometimes-unexpected international trafficking routes.$120,0001MRA2009
DOS/PRMGlobalGlobalIOM X XThis project was initiated in 2004 with PRM funding in response to the outcomes of the International Conference “21st Century Slavery – The Human Rights Dimension to Trafficking in Human Beings” (Rome, 15-16 May 2002), organized by Members of the US Diplomatic Corps accredited to the Holy See. Activities were carried out in countries with a significant trafficking problem, such Albania, Romania, Nigeria, Thailand, Brazil, and the Dominican Republic. Training sessions were also conducted in Portugal (with Portuguese funds), which included nuns from Angola, Mozambique and Brazil. In the coming year, IOM proposes to focus on North Africa, the Maghreb, and Middle East, starting with training workshops for Imams in Libya and Morocco.$130,0001MRA2009
USAIDGlobalGlobalChemonics InternationalCreative Associates, Partners of the Americas, IREX, Charney ResearchX X Incremental funding of contract providing technical assistance (including project design and assessment) to USAID field missions and other USAID operating units.$744,0001DA2009
USAIDGlobalGlobalSolidarity Center X The Solidarity Center will increase its global outreach activities and its union-to-union communication activities through new translations of its four reference pamphlets on Migration and Human Trafficking, Informal Economy, Rule of Law, and Worker Rights as Human Rights.$24,1001DF2009
DOS/GTIPNEAAlgeriaComitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli XXX The project supports the efforts of a local NGO to conduct outreach and provide services to the vulnerable female migrant population in Algeria. The activities will focus on raising awareness of human trafficking, trafficking victim identification, direct assistance to victims, including shelter, legal support and counseling, as well as data collection.$62,0001INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPNEAAlgeriaDOJ - OPDAT X Funds will support a U.S. prosecutor who will conduct training of judicial officials on trafficking in persons (TIP) investigations and prosecutions, as authorized under a bilateral judicial training agreement with the Algerian Ministry of Justice.$136,0001INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPNEAEgyptCatholic Relief Services XX This project aims to combat trafficking in girls amongst the most vulnerable communities in Alexandria, Egypt. Catholic Relief Services (CRS) proposes to establish and operate a shelter to serve trafficked girls, train government officials, local law enforcement and NGOs on TIP, and raise awareness on trafficking among at-risk communities in Alexandria.$430,0003ESF2009
DOS/GTIPNEAEgyptIOM XXX In response to the need for a practical approach to strengthen the capacity of prosecutors and police to investigate and prosecute trafficking-related offenses cases in Egypt, IOM (in partnership with the OGP and with the support of a suitably experienced consultant) will develop a handbook on the “Investigation and Prosecution of Human Trafficking in Persons and Treatment of Victims During Law Enforcement Proceedings”.$200,0001INCLE2009
DOS/GTIPNEAEgyptInternational Research and Exchange Board XXX International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) intends to provide support and mentoring to two key parastatal organizations (The National Council for Women and The National Council of Childhood and Motherhood) to strengthen their understanding of human trafficking issues. IREX will increase these organizations’ ability to engage and lead government and civil society stakeholders in developing mechanisms for collaboration, information-sharing, and the improvement of prevention, protection, and prosecution programs.$300,0001ESF2008
DOS/GTIPNEAIraqHeartland Alliance for Human Needs and Human Rights XX Heartland Alliance for Human Needs and Human Rights (Heartland Alliance) seeks to protect and reintegrate victims of trafficking by establishing a model residential facility and by strengthening a network of victim service providers throughout the country. Heartland Alliance will also improve systems for identifying, documenting and tracking human trafficking in Iraq; foster legislative reform by providing technical assistance to lawmakers to amend existing legislation that governs human trafficking and labor exploitation; and launch a public awareness campaign throughout Iraq to prevent trafficking.$475,0002ESF2009
DOS/GTIPNEAIraqProtection Project, The X X G/TIP awarded a grant to The Protection Project (TPP) at Johns Hopkins University in 2008 to assist the Iraqi government with developing anti-trafficking legislation and to raise general awareness of TIP in Iraq by training representatives of Iraqi civil society organizations. TPP assisted government officials and members of the Iraqi Parliament in drafting comprehensive anti-trafficking legislation. TPP will use these funds to continue providing technical assistance and ongoing consultation to members of the Shura Council, Parliamentarians, key government ministries, and civil society representatives, including women’s organizations, in passing and implementing the draft anti-trafficking legislation.$100,0001INCLE2007
DOS/PRMNEAIraq region (includes Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq)IOM XX XXFY2007 funding, this project proposes to help identify, protect, and assist Iraqi victims of trafficking in Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Syria and Egypt to help build-up implementing partners’ capacity to assist victims. Activities include rapid assessments on patterns and trends (with emphasis on Iraqi cases); protection assistance for trafficking victims and those at high risk, including shelter and assistance in Syria; regional assistance through referral in Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq, including a return fund for victims who want to return to their home communities; capacity-building training on victims’ assistance; and awareness raising campaigns at border points and places of high concentration of Iraqi populations in Syria, Jordan and Lebanon.$700,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPNEALebanonInternational Catholic Migration Commission - Caritas XX International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) will continue its on-going “Safe House” project providing an increased number of protection and assistance services to victims. ICMC will build capacity of law enforcement personnel, and contribute to an improved and more protective policy environment through training, exchange visits, and shared learning from international experts. ICMC will establish a safe house where medical and legal assistance, food, clothing, counseling, and life skills training will be provided.$420,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPNEARegionalHeartland Alliance for Human Needs and Human Rights XX Heartland Alliance for Human Needs and Human Rights (Heartland Alliance) proposes to protect Iraqi victims of sex trafficking through training and linking law enforcement, human rights, and women’s organizations into a protection network located in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. Heartland Alliance will conduct training sessions that focus on basic care and identification of victims. Training of trainers will be provided to focus on victim identification, care, and protection in addition to guidelines on referring victims to essential services.$570,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPSCAAfghanistanAfghan Women Skills Development Center XX The goal of this proposed project is to forge partnerships against sexual abuse of women and girls through human trade and trafficking through awareness and facilitate linkages between communities and law enforcing agencies. The Afghan Women Skills Development Center (AWSDC) will address trafficking of women and girls through awareness raising and action research activities throughout 14 districts in the Faryab province.$200,0001INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPSCAAfghanistanIOM X International Organization for Migration (IOM) intends to protect the Afghan population from TIP through the launch of a public awareness campaign, targeting key areas bordering Pakistan, Iran, and Tajikistan where victims are most vulnerable. IOM will work to mobilize community members, government officials, religious leaders, and social workers to join efforts to combat this crime through roundtable discussions. A focus will be building capacity of local media and supporting the production of counter-trafficking media spots for nationwide broadcasting.$307,5002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPSCAAfghanistanVoice of Afghan Women X The project’s goal is to provide direct protection to women at risk for trafficking and assistance to female trafficking victims. Voice of Women (VOW) seeks to provide residential shelter care and services to trafficked women, as well as women at risk for being trafficked, in the Badghis province of Afghanistan. Services will include: housing, counseling, medical care, vocational training and legal assistance. VOW will establish a Coordination and Cooperation Committee (CCC) that will be responsible for facilitating communication and coordination between the shelter, authorities and other relevant stakeholders.$296,0001.7INCLE2008
DOS/ECASCABangladeshAmanda FerrandinoU.S. Fulbright Student XEffects of grassroots programs on women victims of trafficking$19,80011 monthsECA Base2009
DOS/ECASCABangladeshDiya BoseU.S. Fulbright Student X Reintegration of trafficking victims in Bangladesh$16,0009 monthsECA Base2009
DOS/GTIPSCABangladeshIOM XXX The project aims to contribute to the reduction of human trafficking in Bangladesh. The project will primarily focus on building the capacity building of the Home Ministry, the police headquarters monitoring cell, and the staff members of district police on trafficking data analysis and data management. As a result, the Ministry officials will have the resources to compile and analyze data for better monitoring of trafficking cases, while the staff members of the districts will be able to collect, store, and manage reliable data of survivors/traffickers. The project will mainly reach the staff on the ground and strengthen their ability to properly document trafficking cases leading ultimately to the prosecution of the traffickers.$198,0001.5INCLE2008
USAIDSCABangladeshWinrock InternationalThe Daywalka Foundation (TDF), The Maize Association of Bangladesh (MAB), Banglasdesh National Women Lawyers Association (BNWLA), Association for Community Development (ACD), Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM), and Thengamara Mohila Shobuj Shangha (TMSS)XXXXXActions for Combating Trafficking-in-Persons (ACT) will work with the Government of Bangladesh (GOB), local non-government organizations, and the media to reduce the instances of human trafficking and labor migration abuses within and from Bangladesh.$1,025,0004DA2007
DOS/ECASCAIndiaMr. Pronab MohantyIIE-Humphrey ProgramXX X Focus on trafficking, cyber crimes, issues related to women and children equity and police-public partnerships.$69,0001ECA Base2009
DOS/ECASCAIndiaMr. Amit GargHumphrey ProgramX X Focus on trafficking, cyber crimes, issues related to women and children equity and police-public partnerships$70,0001ECA Base2009
DOS/GTIPSCAIndiaAnit-Slavery International XXX Anti-Slavery International will continue their efforts to combat sex and labor trafficking in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, in partnership with local implementing organizations, through the development of community vigilance communities in targeted districts; rescue and rehabilitation of trafficking victims; and prosecution of trafficking cases.$440,0002INCLE2009
DOS/GTIPSCAIndiaApne Aap Women Worldwide XX These funds will support the capacity building and expansion of an anti-trafficking program managed and operated by Apne Aap Women Worldwide that provides legal, educational, economic, and psychological support to women and children in India.$350,0002INCLE2007
DOS/GTIPSCAIndiaBBC World Service Trust X The project will build community capacity to prevent bonded labor by using the mass reach and appeal of radio drama to promote knowledge and community advocacy among those most vulnerable. The project will develop and broadcast a weekly radio program in Hindi on All India Radio (AIR) stations across Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. As part of its social mobilization strategy, the project will develop listeners’ groups and train community based reporters. These groups will coordinate with different agencies and stakeholders to make their communities more aware of the situations that lead to bonded labor.$450,6001.5INCLE2007
DOS/GTIPSCAIndiaChild Fund International XX ChildFund International (ChildFund) proposes to prevent trafficking of children in the Rajasthan province by building the capacity of local NGOs and advocates to manage and develop anti-trafficking programs, victim services, and policies focusing on victims’ rights. This will be accomplished through a series of trainings intended to empower local NGOs to provide a basic standard care for child victims of trafficking to include short-term and long-term assistance.$200,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPSCAIndiaInternational Justice Mission XX This International Justice Mission (IJM) project will allow for the expansion of an existing activity which has demonstrated promise. The program will focus on expanding trafficking in persons casework assistance, legal and investigation training, and building collaborations between police, judiciary and district governments. The project builds local capacity for addressing forced labor through increased prosecution and expanded protection and care of victims.$500,0002INCLE2009
DOS/GTIPSCAIndiaInternational Justice Mission XX IJM will build on its experience in investigation, legal advocacy, and case management by increasing advocacy and capacity building activities with district, state and national level government officials and creating social demand from the public for increased effort by local authorities to investigate, release and rehabilitate victims of labor trafficking in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.$500,0002INCLE/ESF2008
DOS/GTIPSCAIndiaPrayas Juvenile Aid XX Prayas Juvenile Aid Centre will support children and young women violated by all forms of TIP by increasing coordination among police, concerned government departments, judiciary, prosecutors, NGOs, and other civil society organizations. This project will increase implementation and enforcement of already existing legislation by educating service providers and the general public. Recommendations for improvements in the laws will be developed.$233,3342ESF2008
DOS/PRMSCAIndiaIOM X XContinued support for activities initiated under the POTUS Initiative. Working in the high source and destination states of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Goa, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Delhi, the project provides protection, return, and reintegration assistance to victims. Through unique partnerships, the project supports the economic rehabilitation of TIP victims and those at high-risk of being trafficked, by creating opportunities through training, micro-credit, business support, employment opportunity creation and small franchises. This project has successfully identified business partners, such as the Amoul parlors (dairy franchise), fast food stands for petroleum companies, bookbinders, internet cafes, beauty parlors, and several clothing manufacturers.$100,0001MRA2009
DOS/PPDSCAKyrgyzstanPodruga Public Foundation X Public Foundation “Podruga” was established in order to prevent HIV/AIDS/STIs and the prevention of human trafficking among the population of the Kyrgyz Republic, especially among particularly vulnerable groups to HIV infection: sex workers, drug users.
The project goal is to increase awareness of population of Osh oblast on human trafficking issues, potential risks related to job seeking abroad and to activate efforts of local self-government bodies, community organizations, school children and teachers in prevention of human trafficking. To accomplish this goal, it is planned to conduct workshops on human trafficking issues with focus on rural youth.
$13,9541AEECA2009
DOS/PPDSCAKyrgyzstanTuura-Kadam Public Association X The implementing organization is a public associationTuura-Kadam, which has been building capacity of rural community-based organizations in Osh oblast for four years. The project goal is to increase awareness of rural population on human trafficking issues, potential risks related to job seeking abroad and to activate efforts of local self-government bodies, community organizations, school children and teachers in prevention of human trafficking. To accomplish this goal, it is planned to conduct 12 one-day seminars on human trafficking issues with focus on rural youth and women.$15,78310 monthsAEECA2009
DOS/GTIPSCAKyrgyzstanAmerican Bar Association XXX The American Bar Association (ABA) proposes to strengthen the legal response to trafficking in persons in Kyrgyzstan by improving the ability of law enforcement, the justice sector and future lawyers to investigate and prosecute TIP cases.$300,0003INCLE2009
DOS/GTIPSCAKyrgyzstanIOM XX The International Organization for Migration (IOM) will build and enhance the capacity of local NGOs in Kyrgyzstan to provide direct assistance to victims of trafficking through a series of trainings. Additionally, in order to assist in stronger relationships among all stakeholders, it will improve coordination between NGO’s, law enforcement and other key agencies. Particularly, IOM will provide funding and technical assistance to the Sezim Crisis Center for Women and Families. Finally, IOM will provide direct assistance to TIP victims through the NGO network.$300,8342ESF / INCLE2009
DOL/ILABSCANepalWorld Education in association with the Terres Des Hommes Foundation XX XXThe project intends to target children working in commercial sexual exploitation (CSEC), domestic labor, portering, bricks, mining, and Zari (embroidered textile) in 15 districts. In total, 1,500 girls will be targeted for withdrawal from CSEC. The project proposes to develop and strengthen child protection systems and strengthen the capacity of the stakeholders to influence child labor policies. The project will set up a case management system for CSEC beneficiaries to ensure that each one receives services based on their assessed needs. Transit facilities will be provided for internal trafficking victims where children will be provided with protection and shelter and will be engaged in activities such as non-formal education classes, counseling, and extra curricular activities. The project will also work closely with UNICEF and the Government to improve and increase access to government supported shelters. In addition, the project will carry out a small scale research study on CSEC.$4,248,22439 monthsDOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
DOS/ECASCANepalEmma CondonU.S. Fulbright Student X Framing the “Policy Problem”: donor-NGO Relationships in Anti-SEX king work$14,50010 monthsECA Base2009
DOS/GTIPSCANepalAmerican Bar Association X X The American Bar Association seeks to enhance the investigation and prosecution of trafficking in Nepal by building the capacity of the Nepal Police Force and Women and Children Service Center to investigate and prosecute trafficking cases; enhance the Nepal National Human Rights Commission’s ability to investigate, monitor and report on TIP cases; and conduct targeted outreach to potential victims of trafficking.$415,0002INCLE2009
DOS/GTIPSCANepalAsia Foundation, The X This is an extension of an existing project focused on increased convictions of TIP offenders. The project will strengthen victim and witness testimony and enhance the capacity of police and public prosecutors to conduct effective prosecutions. The Asia Foundation (TAF) will develop and implement a multimedia campaign to raise awareness of the Nepalese TIP Act, especially emphasizing provisions to ensure victim and witness protection and confidentiality.$207,5001.5INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPSCAPakistanIOM XXX The International Organization for Migration (IOM) proposes to develop enhanced coordination and cooperation between government officials, including the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Women Development, police, the Federal Investigation Agency Anti Trafficking Units and civil society through the creation of develop stakeholder taskforces in high-risk districts which serve to facilitate the identification of and outreach to victims of trafficking at the district level.$450,0001INCLE2009
DOS/GTIPSCASri LankaInternational Labour Organization X X The project will address the need to reinforce protection measures relating to the migration of domestic workers. The project aims to build the capacity of government law enforcement officials by training police, immigration officials, key officials in the Ministry of Justice, and the judiciary. Training components will address enforcing the existing law throughout all stages of identification, investigation, and prosecution of fraudulent recruiters/traffickers.$500,0003INCLE2008
DOS/PPDSCATurkmenistanPerspectiva Vista Initiative Group X The objective of this project, which is a continuation of the group’s last year project, is to raise the public awareness of the problems and threats posed by trafficking in persons. The group is going to use the same approaches and methods reaching out to the public through seminars to explain to potential victims of trafficking in persons how to avoid getting in trouble and how to behave if they get in trouble. In this project, the Group is going to focus on rural areas rather than on the cities to reach out to the most vulnerable population groups in terms of TIP and increase the number of seminars more than two fold.$9,1023 monthsAEECA2009
DOS/GTIPWHAArgentinaMaria de los Angeles Foundation X The Maria de los Angeles Foundation will implement and train special police units to investigate TIP cases in selected provinces in a series of workshops throughout the year. Training will focus on victim identification, techniques for conducting rescue operations, investigation of trafficking rings, and obtaining evidence for use in the prosecution of offenders. Finally the Foundation will conduct an evaluation of these special police units with the goal of improving the unit’s effectiveness.$62,0001INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPWHAArgentinaUNIDOS X The project’s goal is to enhance the efficiency of the prosecution of crimes related to human trafficking through the integrated training of judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officials and agents. Experts will direct intensive workshops for members of the judiciary, prosecutors and law enforcement agents to train them in investigative techniques to combat trafficking in persons.$97,0001INCLE2008
DOL/ILABWHABolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, and ParaquayILO-IPEC X XXThe project will aim to combat child labor in agriculture among primarily indigenous migrant populations. As one component of the project, IPEC will assess children’s vulnerability to trafficking and provide services to child trafficking victims to ensure they are withdrawn from this worst form of child labor. To increase capacity to combat child labor in agriculture, ILO-IPEC will work with government partners, as well as civil society organizations, to strengthen relevant legal and policy frameworks on national and state levels. In addition, ILO-IPEC will conduct research to increase the knowledge base about child labor in the agricultural sector and raise awareness to mobilize action against child labor.$6,600,0004DOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
USAIDWHABrazilSolidarity Center X The Solidarity Center will continue efforts to conduct an assessment of labor rights in industrial activity in the northeastern state of Pará. New activities with partners in Pará will produce a report on worst abuses by employers (such as forced labor, trafficking in persons and child labor) that catalogues systematic violations of ILO core labor rights.$50,0151DF2009
DOS/PRMWHACaribbean RegionIOM XX XXContinuation of a project, IOM aims to raise awareness on the issue of trafficking at the regional and national levels. Material developed for a preventive information campaign with the active input of the Caribbean countries will continue to be disseminated. Countries where trafficking is a higher issue of concern, have the opportunity to apply for small grants to support customization and dissemination of the prevention materials (The Bahamas, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Lucia, and Suriname). Countries with a significant number of victims are offered grants to support a victim assistance network and outreach (Guyana, Jamaica, and Suriname).$140,0001MRA2009
DOS/PRMWHAChileIOM XX XThis project was developed in FY05 in response to a request from the Chilean Public Ministry to help build the capacity of social services and border police (Carabineros de Chile) to identify and assist victims of trafficking. In the coming year, IOM will organize training and awareness-raising sessions, support the development of tools and procedural guidelines for the identification of potential victims of trafficking, and develop a train-the-trainer toolkit.$90,0001MRA2009
USAIDWHAColombiaFundacion Esperanza XXX Contribute to the prevention of the crime of human trafficking through the implementation of strategies to raise public awareness and visibility of the problem, the strengthening of institutional committees or social networks, influence on public policy-making to ensure compliance with existing norms. In Santander and Quindío. In close-out.$6,8761DA2009
DOS/GTIPWHACosta RicaIOM X The International Organization for Migration (IOM) will train main police agencies in Costa Rica in the use of criminal profiles mechanisms to detect traffickers and victims of trafficking, develop in the field supervised practices of these techniques in border areas and in transit locations, and improve data collection of trafficking crimes and information exchange among key police agencies.$250,0002INCLE2009
DOS/GTIPWHADominican RepublicIOM X This project will contribute to the strengthening of the Dominican government’s capacities and those of civil society organizations, as well as cooperation among agencies that address specific needs in the Prevention of trafficking in persons (TIP). The project will also help in creating public awareness of the mechanisms for denouncing trafficking and assisting victims in the country, such as hotlines and other information services.$62,0000.5INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPWHADominican RepublicIOM XXX International Organization for Migration (IOM) will seek to strengthen the Dominican Republic government’s ability to respond effectively to human trafficking by conducting training for the Attorney General’s office and the judiciary. Training areas will focus on investigation and prosecution techniques, implementation of existing legislation, and strategies for victim identification and protection.$315,0001INCLE2008
USAIDWHADominican RepublicSolidarity Center X The Solidarity Center will provide trainings and mentoring support to CNUS affiliates in the construction, free trade zone, tourism, food and industrial sectors to educate Dominican workers and Haitian migrant workers on national, regional and international labor law.$7,9501DF2009
DOS/GTIPWHAEcuadorCentro de Operaciones Anti-Contrabado (COAC) and Direccion Nacional de Policia Especializada para Ninos Ninas y Adolescentes (DINAPEN) X X These funds will support expenses related to the investigation of trafficking in persons (TIP) cases. Working with the US/DHS/ICE Attaché’s office, the Ecuadorian National Police will target human trafficking cases, including those involving minor. While the Government of Ecuador supports the salary costs of the specialized units, USG funds will support field travel for investigations, equipment, and training.$90,0001INCLE2008
DOS/PRMWHAEl SalvadorIOM XX XSince the creation of the Ecuadorian National Committee against Human Trafficking in 2006, IOM has supported a national shelter for trafficking victims and provided technical assistance to its government oversight subcommittee. Since PRM’s contribution of $250,000 to this project in FY07, the Government of El Salvador (GOES) has begun to provide in-kind contributions to a shelter for victims of trafficking. In the coming year IOM will provide capacity-building activities and training to government officials to help run the shelter and to provide assistance to victims of trafficking.$50,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPWHAGuatemalaCovenant House XXX Covenant House aims to protect victims of trafficking in persons (TIP) through the operation of a 24-hour care that provides education, counseling, medical, and social reintegration support. The project will also seek to modify national laws related to TIP. Focus will be placed on developing and implementing a plan to address TIP and to seek modification/creation of laws to improve protection for victims and increase rates of prosecution.$515,0003ESF2008
DOS/GTIPWHAGuatemalaFreedom House XXX Freedom House intends to partner with a group of Guatemalan NGOs to increase the effectiveness of anti-trafficking efforts in Guatemala, improve services provided to victims of trafficking, and foster collaboration between NGOs and government agencies to assist in prosecutions. Freedom House will achieve this through providing technical assistance in the areas of victim identification, service provision, coalition building, and government collaboration.$130,0001INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPWHAGuyanaCatholic Relief Services XX Catholic Relief Services (CRS) plans to identify and train TIP point persons in four vulnerable regions where they will work with church and community partners to raise TIP awareness. CRS will also train community activists to raise understanding of TIP locally and provide educational outreach. A public awareness campaign will be developed to disseminate information about TIP in each of the regions. Frontline workers such as police and teachers will be trained on legal aspects of TIP and on how to identify current and potential victims and to refer cases.$200,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPWHAHaitiAnti-Slavery International XX Anti-Slavery International will address the needs of child TIP victims by creating comprehensive and locally-based service models that combine whole community dialogues with targeted interventions, economic alternatives, and psychological support. These models will lead to improved service provider and law enforcement responses to victims through increasing both groups’ skills and knowledge of TIP.$200,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPWHAHaitiIOM XX International Organization for Migration (IOM) proposes to combat trafficking of women and children in Haiti through preventive and protective measures as well as increasing awareness of TIP. Activities include increasing the number of victims of trafficking aided through direct services; enhancing the capacity of the private sector to deliver services; and launch a nationwide and regional information campaign to increase TIP awareness. IOM will complete national research to develop a comprehensive view of trafficking issues in Haiti.$315,0001ESF2008
USAIDWHAHaitiPan American Development Foundation11 local NGOs provide shelter, women's support, training, youth reinsertion, protection, prevention and other servicesXXXX Assessment of victim population, improved victim services including increased quality and access, support for the Government of Haiti in legislation and law enforcement associated with trafficking, increased advocacy and public awareness campaigns.$300,0003ESF2008
DOS/GTIPWHAHondurasCooperative Housing Foundation International (CHF) XX Cooperative Housing Foundation International (CHF) will work within existing governmental and non-governmental structures to facilitate a process of integrating service delivery through capacity-building and improved coordination mechanisms. CHF will build a network of over ten local organizations to provide services to victims and will promote generation of sustainable livelihoods for returnees through job creation and/or micro-enterprise development.$515,0001.5ESF2008
USAIDWHAJamaicaA local umbrella NGO called Peoples Action for Community TransformationFour local NGOs, provide skills training basic literacy and numeracy skills, and provide public education sessions for the general public including schools, community organizations, and vulnerable groups.XX Public education and advocacy campaign, targeting at-risk populations; awareness raising campaigns including the media and community organizations; strengthening the capacity of an NGO shelter for victims in a tourist resort; supporting NGO managed help line for victims of trafficking; skills training for vulnerable youth.$244,0001DA2009
DOL/ILABWHAMexicoILO-IPEC XX XXThe project will aim to combat child labor in agriculture among primarily indigenous migrant populations. As one component of the project, IPEC will assess children’s vulnerability to trafficking and provide services to child trafficking victims to ensure they are withdrawn from this worst form of child labor. To increase capacity to combat child labor in agriculture, ILO-IPEC will work with government partners, as well as civil society organizations, to strengthen relevant legal and policy frameworks on national and state levels. In addition, ILO-IPEC will conduct research to increase the knowledge base about child labor in the agricultural sector and raise awareness to mobilize action against child labor.$4,750,0004DOL FY 09 Appropriations2009
DOS/GTIPWHAMexicoAlternatives Pacificas XX Alternatives Pacificas (ALPAZ) will expand its ongoing efforts on the prevention of human trafficking in Nuevo Leon with a targeted public awareness campaign that will include media, pamphlets, posters at bus stops, and workshops; advocacy with the local Congress to create local anti-trafficking legislation; and provision of victim services in the areas of access to legal services, housing and assistance, health and psychological attention.$50,0001ESF2008
DOS/GTIPWHAMexicoAmerican Bar Association X The American Bar Association recently completed an assessment of Mexico using its Human Trafficking Assessment Tool (HTAT). The HTAT involved input from Mexican government officials, civil society groups and academics, and will provide the necessary information for Mexican government authorities, law enforcement, civil society organizations, and other key stakeholders to reform their laws and overall efforts such that they can better combat trafficking in Mexico.$14,2200.25INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPWHAMexicoBilateral Safety Corridor Coalition XX Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC), an NGO that coordinates an alliance of over 250 government and nongovernmental agencies in the United States and Latin America to combat TIP, will promote victim identification and victim services in Baja California and Sonora. BSCC will provide technical assistance to victim centers in these regions which provide shelter, medical care, mental health services, and referrals to other existing victim assistance resources.$200,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPWHAMexicoCenter for Studies and Research in Social Development and Assistance (CEIDAS) X The Center for Studies and Research in Social Development and Assistance (CEIDAS) will build upon a currently funded project to raise awareness on human trafficking in Mexico within the federal and state governments, media, academia, and civil society. This project will involve information dissemination on anti-trafficking efforts in Mexico’s 32 states, promotion of stronger public policy on TIP issues, and enlisting youth and the private sector to work on TIP prevention.$268,7801INCLE2008
DOS/GTIPWHAMexicoCoalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking X Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) will build the capacity of five local NGOs to lead anti-trafficking efforts in their respective regions through training and technical assistance, development of victim-centered service standards, provision of task-force building efforts, and public awareness campaigns. Through collaborative training and mentoring programs, each sub-grantee will not only build their own internal capacity to serve victims and participate in a national coalition, but also develop and lead a regional coalition to more intensively combat trafficking in their region.$200,0002ESF2008
DOS/PRMWHAMexicoIOM X XSupports continued activities initiated under the President's anti-trafficking initiative. One of the important and complex tasks involved in the effective application of the Prevention and Sanction of Trafficking in Persons Law in Mexico is the adequate protection of and assistance to victims of this criminal offence. As such, this project proposes the discussion and development -within the framework of the Inter-ministerial Committee foreseen in the Law- of a service model for TIP victims, which outlines an identification and referral mechanism based on the responsibilities of each of the institutions that participate in the Committee.$90,0001MRA2009
USAIDWHAMexicoAcademy for Educational Development (AED)Current sub-grantees: 4 TIP shelters. Additional shelters may be added.XXXX To strengthen Mexican federal and state TIP Task Forces to work effectively with civil society on combating trafficking in persons. To provide technical assistance to TIP shelters' multi-disciplinary personnel that provide services to TIP victims. To develop leadership programs with TIP survivors so that they can become peer advocates to TIP victims.$303,5321ESF2008
DOS/GTIPWHANicaraguaChinandega Women's Association XX This project is aimed at promoting social, cultural, and personal changes in both private and public spheres, in order to contribute to the reduction of trafficking and sexual commercial exploitation of women, girls, boys and adolescents with a gender sensitive and human rights focus. Through this project attention will be provided to victims of sexual commercial exploitation and trafficking in persons. Integral and interdisciplinary attention will promote the participation of the family in the attention process and in the reconstruction of their life plans.$228,0002INCLE2008
DOS/PRMWHANicaraguaIOM XX XXFor continued activities in support of return and reintegration assistance for victims trafficked in Central America and in Nicaragua. This project includes simultaneous victim assistance and capacity building activities in communities of origin, carried out by a mobile team in close cooperation with local partners.$180,0001MRA2009
DOS/PRMWHARCM/Info CampaignsIOM XX XThis project, developed within the context of the RCM, increases the capacity of Consular officials to prevent human trafficking and to identify and assist potential victims. In the coming year, IOM will organize training and awareness-raising sessions, support the development of tools and guidelines for the identification of potential victims, and support the development of national referral systems for victim assistance. These activities will target Consular officers from Central American countries, as well as officials from South American Consulates located in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras, and Mexico. In addition, the Project will aim to develop a network of assistance for Central American countries.$100,0001MRA2009
DOS/GTIPWHARegionalCoalition Against Trafficking in Women-Latin America and the Caribbean X Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-Latin America and the Caribbean (CATW-LAC) will work to prevent or reverse the legalization of prostitution in Argentina, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Peru in the first year of the project and Chile, Colombia and Ecuador in the second year of the project, with the aim of combating sex trafficking. The project will also implement activities designed to serve as a model to combat the demand for prostitution among young men, including implementation of awareness-raising campaigns about the consequences of the demand for prostitution in each country.$300,0002ESF2008
DOS/GTIPWHARegionalIOM XX The International Organization for Migration (IOM) will contribute to the prevention of TIP and strengthen counter-trafficking networks in the Tri-Border Area (TBA) in the Southern Cone of South America (Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay) by enhancing staffing and communication mechanisms that increase coordination and improve cooperation between key judicial actors in the TBA.$280,0001INCLE2008
DOS/PRMWHARegionalIOM X XIOM proposes to continue to provide assistance to the victims of trafficking in Latin America through a multi-pronged strategy of protection, return, and reintegration, which may include assistance for reinsertion in the educational system, training and vocational courses, and support for income generating activities. This project operates in close collaboration with national counterparts such as the National Office for the Integral Assistance for the Victims of Crime (OFAVI) from the Ministry of Justice in Argentina, the Childhood and Women Secretariat in Paraguay, the Ombudsman Office for Childhood and Adolescence in Bolivia.$89,0001MRA2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSANortheastern X Under this award, Northeastern University (NEU) will continue and improve data collection and reporting into the Human Trafficking Reporting System (HTRS), and provide technical assistance to federally funded human trafficking task forces to ensure compliance and quality reporting into the HTRS and improve task force performance. NEU will also investigate expanding the HTRS into states with data collection mandates.$169,8792DOJ/BJA2008
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAAustin, TX X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$200,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSABexar County, TX X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$150,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSABoston, MA X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$75,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAClearwater, FL X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$50,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAColorado Dept. of Public Safety X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$200,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSACounty of Lee, FL X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$50,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAErie County, NY X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$125,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAFort Worth, TX X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$50,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAHarris County, TX X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$75,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAIndianapolis, IN X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$200,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSALos Angeles, CA X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$125,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAMiami Dade County, FL X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$150,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSANassau County, NY X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$74,9391DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAOakland, CA X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$200,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAPhoenix, AZ X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$50,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSASaint Paul, MN X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$100,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSASan Diego County, CA X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$224,9811DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSASan Jose, CA X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$50,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSASeattle, WA X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force - Continuation Funding$300,0001DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/BJAUSAUSAUpper Midwest Community Policing Institute X Completion of an Advanced Human Trafficking Investigator Course and Convening a Focus Group to explore future directions of the BJA Human Trafficking Task Force Initiative.$236,3181DOJ/OJP2009
DOJ/OJP/NIJUSAUSAResearch Triangle Institute X The purpose of this research is to investigate correlates of labor trafficking in an effort to identify indicators of human trafficking that could be used by state and local law enforcement as signals that labor trafficking is taking place in their communities.$419,6432DOJ/NIJ2009
DOJ/OJP/NIJUSAUSASan Diego State University X The goals of the proposed study are: to assess the prevalence and nature of labor trafficking among undocumented migrant populations in San Diego County; determine the demographic and social characteristics of the hidden population; determine to how key elements of deception, fraud, force, or coercion are identified in trafficking cases$521,9622DOJ/NIJ2009
DOJ/OJP/NIJUSAUSANortheastern University X This project aims understand the challenges local, county and state officials face investigating and prosecuting human trafficking cases. The findings may help identify and overcome barriers to local prosecution of human trafficking and promote local practices that facilitate successful investigation and prosecution.501,3522DOJ/NIJ2009
DOJ/OJP/NIJUSAUSAResearch Triangle Institute XThis project will address the knowledge gap concerning the characteristics and unique needs of domestic minor victims of trafficking and the strategies for delivery and coordination of services to these youth. The investigators plan to employ a participatory process evaluation in collaboration with the three programs funded under a separate solicitation by the Office of Victims of Crime (OVC).499,9923DOJ/NIJ2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSASafe Horizon Inc. XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Domestic Minor Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow Safe Horizon Inc. to: (1) provide a comprehensive array of timely and high-quality services to victims of sex and labor trafficking who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents under the age of 18; (2) develop, enhance, or expand the community response to domestic minor victims of all forms of human trafficking; and (3) produce a final report about the implementation of the project, including a discussion of successes, challenges, and lessons learned, that may be disseminated through OVC to the victims’ field. During the three year project period, Safe Horizon, Inc. will provide comprehensive services to domestic minor victims of sex and labor trafficking in New York City’s five burroughs; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; provide training to increase awareness about human trafficking as it relates to domestic minors, and participate in a participatory process evaluation coordinated by the National Institute of Justice.$800,0003DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSASalvation Army Metropolitan Division XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Domestic Minor Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow the Salvation Army Metropolitan Division to: (1) provide a comprehensive array of timely and high-quality services, to victims of sex and labor trafficking who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents under the age of 18; (2) develop, enhance, or expand the community response to domestic minor victims of all forms of human trafficking; and (3) produce a final report about the implementation of the project, including a discussion of successes, challenges, and lessons learned, that may be disseminated through OVC to the victims’ field. During the three year project period, the Salvation Army Metropolitan Division will provide comprehensive services to domestic minor victims of sex and labor trafficking in the City of Chicago, Cook County, and nine collar counties, plus Lake County, Indiana; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; provide training to increase awareness about human trafficking as it relates to domestic minors, and participate in a participatory process evaluation coordinated by the National Institute of Justice.$800,0003DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAStanding Against Global Exploitation, Inc. (SAGE) XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Domestic Minor Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow Standing Against Global Exploitation, Inc. (SAGE) to: (1) provide a comprehensive array of timely and high-quality services to victims of sex and labor trafficking who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents under the age of 18; (2) develop, enhance, or expand the community response to domestic minor victims of all forms of human trafficking; and (3) produce a final report about the implementation of the project, including a discussion of successes, challenges, and lessons learned, that may be disseminated through OVC to the victims’ field. During the three year project period, Standing Against Global Exploitation, Inc. (SAGE) will provide comprehensive services to domestic minor victims of sex and labor trafficking in San Francisco, California, with a focus on the Tenderloin/South of Market, Mission, Bayview, and Hunters Point neighborhoods; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; provide training to increase awareness about human trafficking as it relates to domestic minors, and participate in a participatory process evaluation coordinated by the National Institute of Justice.$800,0003DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAInternational Rescue Committee XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow the International Rescue Committee to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. The International Rescue Committee will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in Washington State; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSACity of Indianapolis/ Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow the City of Indianapolis/ Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, in coordination with the The Family Justice Center/Julian Center, will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in Marion County, Indiana; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAInternational Institute of Connecticut, Inc. XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow International Institute of Connecticut, Inc. to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. International Institute of Connecticut will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking throughout the state of Connecticut; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$299,9812DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAWorld Relief Corporation of National Association of Evangelicals XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow World Relief Corporation of National Association of Evangelicals to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. World Relief will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in four counties of western central Florida (Hernando, Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas Counties); build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSACatholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Inc. to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Inc. will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in a 26-county area of southern Texas; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSASalvation Army of Clark County XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow the Salvation Army of Clark County to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. The Salvation Army of Clark County will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in Clark County, Nevada; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSACatholic Charities XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rockville Centre to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rockville Centre will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in Suffolk and Nassau Counties, Long Island, New York; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSACatholic Charities of St. Paul XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow Catholic Charities of St. Paul to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. Catholic Charities of St. Paul will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in the St. Paul and Minneapolis area of Minnesota; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSASanta Clara University XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow Santa Clara University, in coordination with the South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking, to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. Santa Clara University, in coordination with the South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking, will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in the counties of Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Benito, and Monterey, California; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAAyuda XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow Ayuda to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. Ayuda will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in the greater Washington, DC, metropolitan area to build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.

$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAInternational Institute of Buffalo XX The purpose of this award, one of several projects under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow International Institute of Buffalo to provide timely, high-quality comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of severe forms of human trafficking and enhance interagency collaboration and coordination in the provision of services to such victims. International Institute of Buffalo will provide comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking in the eight counties that comprise the Western District of New York; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a two year period.
$300,0002DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAExecutive Office for the United States Attorneys (EOUSA) X Funding to support travel for EOUSA staff who are invited to participate in the 2010 DOJ National Human Trafficking Conference; Regional Trainings hosted by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and OVC; Task Force Immersion Trainings supported through BJA; and provision of individualized technical assistance for specific OVC/BJA Anti-Trafficking Task Forces.$90,0001DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAFederal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) X Funding to support travel for FBI staff who are invited to participate in the 2010 DOJ National human Trafficking Conference; Regional Trainings hosted by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and OVC; Task Force Immersion Trainings supported through BJA; and provision of individualized technical assistance for specific DOJ Anti-Trafficking Task Forces.$60,0001DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAOffice for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVCTTAC) XX XXFor the continuation of uninterrupted services of the OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center to coordinate and deliver training and technical assistance to both the BJA Anti-Trafficking Law Enforcement grantees and the OVC Services to Victims of Human Trafficking grantees to help them achieve their project goals of enhancing the identification and rescue of victims of all forms of sex and labor trafficking, ensuring that comprehensive services are available wherever victims are found, and improving the consistency and quality of data collection. Activities under this initiative include: (1) conducting an informal assessment of task force technical assistance and training needs; (2) creating an Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Development and Operations Guide; (3) responding to individual requests for technical assistance by task force members; (and (4) establishing and facilitating Task Force Regional Training Forums.$80,0001DOJ/OVC2009
DOJ/OJP/OVCUSAUSAOffice for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVCTTAC) XXX Costs and activities related to the 2010 U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) National Conference on Human Trafficking taking place on May 3-5, 2010, in Arlington, VA.$500,0001DOJ/OVC2009
DOS/PRMUSAUnited States -- global returns and transportation of family members.IOM X XXReturn, Reintegration, and Family Reunification for TIP Victims in the US: This project supports TVPA provisions for eligible family members abroad to be reunited with TIP victims in the US, and also provides return & reintegration for victims in the U.S. who want to return to their country of origin. The program provides a safe and coordinated mechanism to bring eligible family members of trafficking victims from abroad to the United States. It is also available to victims of trafficking in the U.S. who elect not to apply for the T-Visa and who are in need of assistance to return to their country of origin. Since it started the program supported the reunification of 229 family members with survivors of trafficking in the U.S., and provide return and reintegration assistance to 13 trafficking victims of trafficking identified in the U.S. who elected to return to their country of origin.$380,0001MRA2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAPolaris Project XX XXNational Human Trafficking Resource Center Cooperative Agreement$583,7773HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAHouston Rescue and Restore CoalitionYMCA International Services, Chinese Community Center, Children-At-Risk, Houston Interfaith Workers Justice, Concerned Women for AmericaXX X Promote public awareness of human trafficking in the greater Houston metro area.$282,0003HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAColorado Legal ServicesRocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network, Polaris Project of Colorado, Prax(us)XX Create in-depth community trainings and conducts direct street outreach.$275,0003HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAPractical Strategies, IncUMOS, International Institute of Wisconsin, BASICS, Franciscan PeacemakersXX Promote public awareness activities to increase knowledge about human trafficking in Wisconsin and works to directly identify victims of trafficking.$100,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAIllinois Department of Human ServicesIOFA, La Voz, DuPage FederationXX X Utilize public awareness materials and in-depth trainings to educate the community about human trafficking and identify potential victims of trafficking.$249,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSACivil SocietyYouthLink, Somali Education and Social Advocacy Center, La Conexion, SEWA-AIFWXX Host workshops to teach the public about human trafficking and interview and identify potential victims of trafficking.$100,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAIRC - SeattleCentral WA Comp. Mental Health, Lutheran Comm. Services NW, Asian & Pacific Islander Women & Family Safety Center, Refugee Women's Alliance, YouthCare/Orion CenterXX Expand the regional anti-TIP networks for awareness and services via intensive coalition building and outreach expansion throughout Washington state.$250,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAContra Costa CountyCommunity Violence Solutions, MISSEY, Richmond Police Department, Asian Community Mental HealthXX Coordination of information on human trafficking victims and cross-border trafficking in the Bay Area through public awareness and provision of training and technical assistance to social service providers and law enforcement entities.$226,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSASacramento Employment and Training AgencyOpening Doors, Inc.XX Targeted outreach and public awareness campaign within the Sacramento metropolitan area, implementing an emergency first responder service delivery system to rescue victims and connect them to services.$238,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSACoalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST)Legal Aid Found. of Los Angeles, Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance, Coalition of Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, Central Am. Resource Center, Para Los Ninos, National Hispanic Media Coalition, Thai Community Development Center, Pilipino Workers Center, East West Players, Lideres Campesinas, California Rural Legal Assistance Indigenous Farm Worker ProjectXX Expanding and strengthening the Southern California coalition to increase human trafficking awareness and identification of victims in both the metropolitan Los Angeles area and rural agricultural areas of Southern California.$250,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAFresno County Economic Opportunities CommissionMarjoree Mason Center, Westside Family Preservation Services NetworkXX Intensification of outreach to and identification of victims of human trafficking in Fresno county by raising public awareness, coordinating regional outreach activities, and identifying and serving victims.$41,7422HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSACatholic Social Services Archdiocese of PhiladelphiaDawn's Place, PA Regional Community Policing Institute, Project to End Human Trafficking, York YWCAXX Building capacity, strengthening coalitions, and expanding the network of organizations able to assist trafficking survivors in Pennsylvania.$220,0003HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSALegal Aid of North CarolinaLegal Services of Southern Piedmont, World Relief of North Carolina, Association of Mexicans in North Carolina, North Carolina Farmworker's Project, Vecinos, Inc., North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Western North Carolina Workers' Center, United Family ServicesXX Serves as the focal point for the statewide anti-trafficking coalition and five local coalitions to conduct trainings and public awareness activities throughout the state of North Carolina.$281,0003HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSACatholic Charities of LouisvilleBluegrass Rape Crisis Center, Women’s Crisis Center, Western Kentucky Refugee Mutual Alliance Agency, Regional Victim Services ProgramXX Build capacity throughout the state of Kentucky by serving as a focal point and providing technical assistance to start local coalitions, conduct trainings, and provide services to trafficking victims throughout state of Kentucky.$252,0003HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAFree For Life MinistriesLife Care Family Services, Not For Sale, Building Families and CommunitiesXX Provide trainings and conducts outreach to churches, communities, and service providers throughout 24 counties around Nashville, TN, educating them and creating public service announcements about human trafficking$100,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAChurch United for Community DevelopmentCyrus International, Inc., Healing Place Dream Center, Covenant House, New Orleans Dream CenterXX Work in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA, building local coalitions, training health care providers and social service organizations, and conducting direct outreach to potential trafficking victims.$150,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSASoutheastern Network of Youth and Family ServicesCovenant House, Family Connection, Lutheran Services of Florida, Family Resources, Crosswinds Youth Services, Anchorage Children's Home, Florida Keys Children's Shelter, Alabama NetworkXX Provide training and technical assistance to its subawards in Florida and greater Birmingham, AL to participate in coalitions and conduct outreach and public awareness activities.$185,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSACurators of University of MissouriCity of Columbia Police Department, Centro Latino de Salud, Educacion y Cultura, Comprehensive Services, Inc.XX Work to strengthen the anti-trafficking coalition in central Missouri, provide training for law enforcement officers and service providers, and conduct outreach and educational programs to the public.$100,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAJustice Resource InstituteInternational Inst. of CT, Paul and Lisa Program, Inc., NH Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Catholic Charities of Maine, Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Day One, International Inst. of Boston, Latin American Health Institute, Lutheran Social Services of New England, Lowell Community Health Center, SEEN Coalition/Children’s Advocacy CenterXX Oversee the Northeast Coalition Against Human Trafficking, comprised of smaller coalitions (in Maine, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire) to promote public awareness in the northeast region and to directly identify victims of human trafficking.$202,0002HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAUnited States Conference of Catholic BishopsMultiple X X Comprehensive case management services$3,895,4045HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009
HHS/ACF/ORRUSAUSAAmerican Institutes for Research X Materials distribution contract$132,4395HHS APPROPRIATIONS2009

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