Report
September 12, 2012


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Agency/Bureau Region Country Prime Recipient: Grantee or Contractor Sub-grantees or contractees Amount Awarded Appropriation Year Funding Source (Mark "x" when applicable) Project Objectives (2-3 sentences) SPOG Reviewed? Project Duration (months) Sex or Labor TIP or Both?
Prevention - Awareness Protection - Services Prosecution Research & Data Evaluation
DOD Global Global Film House $ 140,000 FY11 O&M x Public Service announcement both radio and TV spots viewed at all DoD overseas locations and on the Pentagon Station N 48 Both
DOD Global Global Booz Allen Polaris Project $ 130,000 FY11 O&M x Law Enforcement Training Modules mandatory for all military police and investigative agencies N 48 Both
DOD Global Global Multiple Multiple $ 197,000 FY11 O&M x To provide ongoing support to training, education and associated technical assistance required to provide civilian and military personnel of the Department of Defense with the tools necessary to identify and report suspected cases of human trafficking. N 48 Both
DOI/OIA WHA USA/CNMI Guma Esperansa $ 419,400 FY11 Assistance to Territories x Guma Esperansa is the only permanent shelter for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human tracking in the CNMI. Since its inception in 2001, Guma Esperansa has served more than 1,500 victims regardless of citizenship, ethnicity or immigration status. The funding awarded by OIA provides food, housing and medical assistance to victims of foreign labor fraud in the CNMI identified by the Federal Ombudsman’s Office, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigations, and U.S Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. N 12 Both
DOI/OIA WHA USA/CNMI Assistant U.S. Attorney Saipan $ 150,000 FY11 Assistance to Territories x In 2011, $150,000 in total was requested and provided to continue support for an Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) position in the Saipan Field Office. This AUSA position is devoted entirely to enforcement of federal laws addressing the labor, immigration and law enforcement initiative. N 12 Both
DOI/OIA WHA USA/CNMI CNMI Labor Ombudsman's Office $ 250,000 FY11 Assistance to Territories x The Federal Ombudsman’s Office provides assistance to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands' 30,000 plus nonresident workers with labor and immigration complaints. The Federal Ombudsman’s Office has a staff of professional caseworker/interpreters who speak Mandarin, Taiwanese, Tagalog, Bengali, Hindu, Urdu and Singhalese. Technical Assistance funds are utilized to pay for the operations of the Ombudsman’s Office. N 12 Both
DOJ/OJP/BJA WHA USA City of San Jose $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC/BJA x Enhancement and operation of a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional victim-centered task force with the primary goal being the identification and rescue of foreign victims of trafficking in persons through pro-active investigation; and the secondary goal being the successful prosecution of traffickers. Continued coordination with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)-funded victim services provider and the local Office of the U. S. Attorney to identify and rescue victims of all forms of human trafficking and to work with the OVC-funded victim service provider to assist the provider in securing requests for continued presence or T-visas for foreign victims. In coordination with victim service providers and task force partners, train law enforcement line officers, and persons likely to come into contact with victims of trafficking to be able to recognize the signs of trafficking and its victims. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/BJA WHA USA Metropolitan Police Dept (DC) $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC/BJA x Enhancement and operation of a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional victim-centered task force with the primary goal being the identification and rescue of foreign victims of trafficking in persons through pro-active investigation; and the secondary goal being the successful prosecution of traffickers. Continued coordination with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)-funded victim services provider and the local Office of the U. S. Attorney to identify and rescue victims of all forms of human trafficking and to work with the OVC-funded victim service provider to assist the provider in securing requests for continued presence or T-visas for foreign victims. In coordination with victim service providers and task force partners, train law enforcement line officers, and persons likely to come into contact with victims of trafficking to be able to recognize the signs of trafficking and its victims. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/BJA WHA USA City of Clearwater $ 346,159 FY11 DOJ/OVC/BJA x Enhancement and operation of a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional victim-centered task force with the primary goal being the identification and rescue of foreign victims of trafficking in persons through pro-active investigation; and the secondary goal being the successful prosecution of traffickers. Continued coordination with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)-funded victim services provider and the local Office of the U. S. Attorney to identify and rescue victims of all forms of human trafficking and to work with the OVC-funded victim service provider to assist the provider in securing requests for continued presence or T-visas for foreign victims. In coordination with victim service providers and task force partners, train law enforcement line officers, and persons likely to come into contact with victims of trafficking to be able to recognize the signs of trafficking and its victims. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/BJA WHA USA Seattle, City of $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC/BJA x Enhancement and operation of a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional victim-centered task force with the primary goal being the identification and rescue of foreign victims of trafficking in persons through pro-active investigation; and the secondary goal being the successful prosecution of traffickers. Continued coordination with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)-funded victim services provider and the local Office of the U. S. Attorney to identify and rescue victims of all forms of human trafficking and to work with the OVC-funded victim service provider to assist the provider in securing requests for continued presence or T-visas for foreign victims. In coordination with victim service providers and task force partners, train law enforcement line officers, and persons likely to come into contact with victims of trafficking to be able to recognize the signs of trafficking and its victims. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/BJA WHA USA Erie County Sheriff's Office $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC/BJA x Enhancement and operation of a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional victim-centered task force with the primary goal being the identification and rescue of foreign victims of trafficking in persons through pro-active investigation; and the secondary goal being the successful prosecution of traffickers. Continued coordination with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)-funded victim services provider and the local Office of the U. S. Attorney to identify and rescue victims of all forms of human trafficking and to work with the OVC-funded victim service provider to assist the provider in securing requests for continued presence or T-visas for foreign victims. In coordination with victim service providers and task force partners, train law enforcement line officers, and persons likely to come into contact with victims of trafficking to be able to recognize the signs of trafficking and its victims. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/BJA WHA USA City of Arlington, TX $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC/BJA x Enhancement and operation of a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional victim-centered task force with the primary goal being the identification and rescue of foreign victims of trafficking in persons through pro-active investigation; and the secondary goal being the successful prosecution of traffickers. Continued coordination with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)-funded victim services provider and the local Office of the U. S. Attorney to identify and rescue victims of all forms of human trafficking and to work with the OVC-funded victim service provider to assist the provider in securing requests for continued presence or T-visas for foreign victims. In coordination with victim service providers and task force partners, train law enforcement line officers, and persons likely to come into contact with victims of trafficking to be able to recognize the signs of trafficking and its victims. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/BJA WHA USA City of Westminster $ 91,831 FY11 DOJ/OVC/BJA x One year continuation funding for an existing task force for the enhancement and operation of a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional victim-centered task force with the primary goal being the identification and rescue of foreign victims of trafficking in persons through pro-active investigation; and the secondary goal being the successful prosecution of traffickers. Continued coordination with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)-funded victim services provider and the local Office of the U. S. Attorney to identify and rescue victims of all forms of human trafficking and to work with the OVC-funded victim service provider to assist the provider in securing requests for continued presence or T-visas for foreign victims. In coordination with victim service providers and task force partners, train law enforcement line officers, and persons likely to come into contact with victims of trafficking to be able to recognize the signs of trafficking and its victims. Y 12 Both
DOJ/OJP/BJA WHA USA Upper Midwest Community Policing Institute (UMCPI) $ 304,178 FY11 DOJ/OVC/BJA x To deliver nationally anti-human trafficking training developed by UMCPI.. Advanced Investigations Training, Anti-Human Trafficking Training for State Prosecutors and State Judges. Y 12 Both
DOJ/OJP/NIJ WHA USA Abt Associates $ 488,007 FY11 NIJ Base X X The data that has been collected on human traffickers or trafficking cases is neither systematic nor large enough to understand the criminal business of trafficking and to develop typologies of trafficking organizations and their facilitators. Virtually absent from the literature is information from the perspectives of human traffickers themselves, that would enable researchers and law enforcement to understand trafficker's motivations, perceptions of risk, strategies for risk mitigation, the structure and operation of trafficking organizations, how facilitators contribute to trafficking operations, and other data that could inform more effective prevention and enforcement strategies. This project will fill these gaps and directly addresses two of NIJ's three stated areas of interest: (1) traffickers, trafficking organizations, and their facilitators, and (2) both labor and sex trafficking. The project team will gather quantitative and qualitative data from two key sources. First, the project team will access data and Pre-Sentence Reports (PSRs) held by the United States Sentencing Commission (USSC). Second, the project team will conduct in-depth interviews with a purposive sample of human traffickers, the individuals best positioned to provide information about their motivations, decision making processes, strategies, organizations, and relationships. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/NIJ WHA USA Urban Institute $ 498,844 FY11 NIJ Base X X The proposed project seeks to fill a knowledge gap by studying the process by which persons are victimized by traffickers to perform forced labor. Using an in-depth case study method, the researchers will analyze the stages or components of the labor victimization experience from recruitment and entrapment to transportation, documents acquisition, the victimization itself, victim efforts to seek help, and the process of victim extrication from the exploitative situation. Using data from victim service records and victims themselves, supplemented with data from law enforcement, researchers will examine trafficking cases that fall into multiple types of labor trafficking including domestic servitude, restaurant and service work, commercial agriculture, factory work (sweatshops), and other affected types of work. The proposed research will provide much needed information on the nature and characteristics of labor trafficking in the U.S., including information about how labor traffickers carry out their operations. The research will also help identify barriers that may prevent law enforcement from recognizing or acting upon cases of human trafficking that have been identified by victim service providers. Y 24 Labor
DOJ/OJP/NIJ WHA USA Vera Institute of Justice $ 488,421 FY12 NIJ Base & OVC IAA X X This observational study will validate and disseminate a screening tool with the potential to improve victim identification, victim services, and law enforcement on a nation-wide scale. The study will answer three research questions: Can the tool successfully identify victims of human trafficking and associated risk factors? Does it work well in practice for front-line service providers? If so, what is the best way to disseminate the tool? To answer these questions, this study has three overlapping parts that use quantitative and qualitative methods: tool validation, process evaluation, and knowledge translation. First, the Vera research team will lead data collection by using the screening tool, and by training and supervising community-based researchers, who will administer it to a survey sample of more than 200 adult and child clients of agencies working with diverse populations. Second, Vera researchers will conduct participatory process evaluation using focus groups (n=6) with participating service providers. Finally, integrated knowledge translation, defined as dissemination planning with stakeholders throughout research, will ensure that the screening tool and user guide are disseminated to service providers and allied sectors effectively. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA Safe Horizon $450,000 FY11 Missing Children's Assistance x This program will support an organization or a consortium of organizations to provide technical assistance to OJJDP grantees and other organizations addressing commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) or domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) of girls and boys. The program will offer education and training, expert consultations, peer-to-peer networking opportunities, resources, and other tailored assistance to effectively respond to diverse communities addressing the sexual victimization of girls and boys. N 12 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA Seattle, WA $292,000 FY11 Missing Children's Assistance x x x This program supports law enforcement agencies to develop strategies and to improve their capacity to: recognize commercially sexually exploited children and children at risk for exploitation; effectively investigate and prosecute cases against adults who exploit children; intervene appropriately with and compassionately serve victims, including providing essential services; improve community responsiveness to CSE victims; identify best practices for law enforcement in addressing CSE victimization. N 24 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA Bossier City Marshall's Office $292,000 FY11 Missing Children's Assistance x x x This program supports law enforcement agencies to develop strategies and to improve their capacity to: recognize commercially sexually exploited children and children at risk for exploitation; effectively investigate and prosecute cases against adults who exploit children; intervene appropriately with and compassionately serve victims, including providing essential services; improve community responsiveness to CSE victims; identify best practices for law enforcement in addressing CSE victimization. N 24 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA San Jose, CA $292,000 FY11 Missing Children's Assistance x x x This program supports law enforcement agencies to develop strategies and to improve their capacity to: recognize commercially sexually exploited children and children at risk for exploitation; effectively investigate and prosecute cases against adults who exploit children; intervene appropriately with and compassionately serve victims, including providing essential services; improve community responsiveness to CSE victims; identify best practices for law enforcement in addressing CSE victimization. N 24 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA Denver, CO $290,492 FY11 Missing Children's Assistance x x x This program supports law enforcement agencies to develop strategies and to improve their capacity to: recognize commercially sexually exploited children and children at risk for exploitation; effectively investigate and prosecute cases against adults who exploit children; intervene appropriately with and compassionately serve victims, including providing essential services; improve community responsiveness to CSE victims; identify best practices for law enforcement in addressing CSE victimization. N 24 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA GEMS Green Chimneys $500,000 FY11 JJDP Part G (Mentoring) x Provides services for child victims of CSE/DST in New York City by (1) strengthening identification efforts for victims and at risk youth, which will reach more than 1,500 youth; (2) increasing availability of direct services, including intensive case management, court advocacy, shelter, safety planning, mental health treatment, medical care, dental care, substance abuse treatment, acquiring identification and benefits, specialized education services, job training, employment assistance, transportation, victim advocacy and support during criminal prosecution against offenders where appropriate, which will be provided to 125 youth; (3) enhancing mentoring capacity to serve 20 children; (4) providing baseline mentoring training and support for 20 young adult CSE/DST survivors and 20 adult CSE/DST survivors and allies; and (5) reducing the number of youth returning to CSE by 10%. Through its efforts with partner agency Green Chimneys, GEMS is including boys and transgender youth victims of CSE/DST in the agency's survivor leadership and empowerment services model. N 36 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA Justice Resource Institute Boston GLASS $499,831 FY11 JJDP Part G (Mentoring) x With the JRI Boston GLASS community-drop in center for sexual minority youth and Support to End Exploitation Now (SEEN), enhances victim identification through direct outreach to 90-130 CSE victims in the Boston area; expands MLMC survivor mentoring project to serve more girls, and enhances mentoring services to boys using a structured and tested mentoring program. It provides initial and ongoing training for mentors after they have been screened and completed background checks based on the MLMC mentoring model, and enhances the provision of direct services through use of in-house mental health clinicians, substance abuse treatment, coordinated case management, triage, resource identification and referral. N 36 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA MISSEY $500,000 FY11 JJDP Part G (Mentoring) x x Expands support services, outreach, and prevention education to victims of or those at risk of commercial sexual exploitation in the Alameda County area. The purpose of the Alameda County CSEC Mentoring and Outreach Project is to achieve these overarching goals: (1) Increase the number of girls and boys (ages 12-18) identified who are at risk or victims of commercial sexual exploitation; (2) Reduce the number of youth re-victimized/returning to their CSEC environments; (3) Increase the number of youth engaged in healthy relationships with adults; and, (4) Increase the number of CSEC or at-risk youth accessing direct and support services. N 36 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA National Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine $1,472,282 FY11 Missing Children's' Assistance x OJJDP-funded research project of the Institute of Medicine and the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education of the National Research Council, which is studying the commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking of minors in the United States. A committee of independent experts who are reviewing relevant research and practice-based literatures and will make policy recommendations is conducting the study. N 24 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OJJDP WHA USA GEMS $ 300,000.00 FY11 Missing Children's' Assistance x x x Provides training and technical assistance to targeted ICAC Task Forces; developed a curriculum titled "Understanding the Dynamics of Internet Facilitated Crimes Against Victims of CSEC and Human Trafficking" to be disseminated to the ICAC program. N 12 Sex
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA ARC Community Services, Inc. $ 300,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x ARC Community Services will provide comprehensive services for domestic (U.S. citizen and Lawful Permanent Resident) victims of human trafficking (including domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the Metropolitan Area of Madison, Wisconsin. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach $ 400,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x Asian Pacific Islander Outreach will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking $ 400,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x The Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, California. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA International Institute of Connecticut, Inc. $ 400,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x International Institute of Connecticut, Inc., will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the State of Connecticut. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Justice Resource Institute $ 149,999 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x The Justice Resource Institute will provide specialized mental health services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/ labor trafficking victims) within the Continental United States and Territories. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 12 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Karidat Social Services–Guma' Esperansa $ 400,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x Karidat Social Services–Guma' Esperansa will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the Northern Mariana Islands. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles $ 300,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles will provide specialized legal and immigration services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, California. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Safe Horizon, Inc. $ 400,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x Safe Horizon, Inc., will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within New York, New York (5 Burroughs). Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA The Salvation Army of Central Ohio $ 369,086 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x The Salvation Army of Central Ohio will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within Central Ohio (14 counties). Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Tapestri, Inc. $ 300,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x Tapestri, Inc., will provide comprehensive services for foreign national victims of human trafficking (including adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the State of Georgia. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, Inc. $ 300,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, Inc., will provide specialized legal and immigration services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within 68 counties within the Southwestern third of Texas (including the 1,200-mile Texas-Mexico border), plus Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA International Institute of Buffalo $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x The International Institute of Buffalo will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within Western New York State. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. The BJA-funded law enforcement partner is the Erie County, Pennsylvania, Sheriff's Office. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA International Rescue Committee, Inc $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x International Rescue Committee, Inc., of Seattle will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within Western Washington State. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. The BJA-funded law enforcement partner is the City of Seattle Police Department. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Mosaic Family Services, Inc. $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x Mosaic Family Services, Inc., will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Area, Texas. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. The BJA-funded law enforcement partner is the City of Arlington Police Department. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Polaris Project $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x Polaris Project will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the Washington D.C., Metropolitan Area. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. The BJA-funded law enforcement partner is the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking, Santa Clara University $ 500,000 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x As part of the South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking, Santa Clara University, in partnership with community-based victim service organizations, will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, California. Grantees may use up to five percent of the grant for training and awareness raising. The BJA-funded law enforcement partner is the City of San Jose Police Department. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA World Relief Corporation of National Association of Evangelicals $ 483,985 FY11 DOJ/OVC x x World Relief will provide comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking (including foreign national/domestic, adult/minor, male/female, sex/labor trafficking victims) within the Tampa Bay Area, Florida. Grantees may use up to 5% of the grant for training and awareness raising. The BJA-funded law enforcement partner is the City of Clearwater Police Department. Y 24 Both
DOJ/OJP/OVC WHA USA Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVCTTAC) $ 659,308 FY11 DOJ/OVC x To support the ongoing provision of comprehensive training and technical assistance (T/TA) to OVC-funded victim service providers and BJA-funded law enforcement agencies. This includes the individualized T/TA to victim service providers and law enforcement; and coordination of regional training forums across the U.S. Funds will also support various forms of T/TA to traditional victim service organizations seeking to incorporate the needs of trafficking victims into their service models as well as various communities seeking guidance in creating an anti-human trafficking task force. Y 12 Both
DOL/ILAB Global Global Various Various $5.8 million - *Since 1995, DOL/ILAB has received an annual appropriation and funded projects to reduce the worst forms of child labor internationally. Some of these projects may include Trafficking in Persons as one of the worst forms of child labor. Across all projects funded in FY11, DOL/ILAB expects to spend about $5.8 million to provide services to child trafficking victims, as a proportion of all children assisted through its projects. This figure is a rough estimate since these projects will not report numbers of beneficiaries until the projects close. FY11* DOL/ILAB x x These projects aim to eliminate exploitative child labor around the world. N Various Both
DOS/DRL NEA Jordan ILO Business for Social Responsibility $ 742,574 FY09 HRDF x x Protecting Migrant Workers’ Rights in Jordan N 24 Labor
DOS/DRL EAP EAP ILO $ 297,000 FY10 ESF x x Through trainings and other information distribution efforts and with funding from DRL, the International Labor Organization’s program increases the awareness of citizens of existing labor rights and the illegality of child soldier recruitment. Community outreach includes the creation and distribution of multi-lingual brochures and nation-wide workshops. N 24 Labor
DOS/EAP/RSP EAP Regional Nathan Associates ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR), Human Rights Resource Center (HRRC), and the ASEAN Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Women and Children (ACWC) $ 525,000 FY11 ESF x x Support for ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR), Human Rights Resource Center (HRRC), and the ASEAN Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Women and Children (ACWC). These funds will be implemented through the Nathan Associates contract established by USAID's Regional Development Mission to Asia with State/EAP regional funds, and in consultation and coordination with the ASEAN Secretariat. Funds are currently supporting capacity building, training, and consultation with these bodies on countering and preventing TIP; and especially on how to protect and promote the rights of women, children, migrant workers, and on enhancing corporate social responsibility to help eliminate the supply chains for TIP. N 12 Both
DOS/ECA AF Uganda Humphrey Fellow/IIE $70,000 FY11 ECA Base x Focusing on trafficking policy and prevention at University of Minnesota N 11 Both
DOS/ECA EUR Russia Humphrey Fellow/IIE $70,000 FY11 ECA Base x Focusing on trafficking policy and prevention at University of Minnesota N 11 Both
DOS/ECA NEA Pakistan Humphrey Fellow/IIE $70,000 FY11 ECA Base x Focusing on trafficking policy and prevention at University of Minnesota N 11 Both
DOS/ECA WHA Uruguay Humphrey Fellow/IIE $70,000 FY11 ECA Base x Focusing on trafficking policy and prevention at University of Minnesota N 11 Both
DOS/ECA EAP Japan Fulbright $55,280 FY11 ECE x North Korea's Abduction of Japanese and South Korean Citizens N 4 Labor
DOS/ECA WHA Canada Fulbright $ 25,000 FY11 ECE x Human Rights and Social Justice: Conflict Resolution in Sierra Leone and the Democratic Republic of the Congo N 4 Sex
DOS/ECA NEA Morocco Fulbright $ 29,525 FY11 ECE x Comparative International Refugee Law and Practice N 9 Both
DOS/ECA SCA India Fulbright $13, 335.80 FY11 ECE x Gender in an International Perspective: Global Feminisms, the History of Trafficking, and the History of Non-Violent Activism N 6 Sex
DOS/ECA NEA Bahrain Fulbright $ 4,750 FY11 ECE x Trafficking in persons training and education for police personnel N 10 days Labor
DOS/ECA NEA United Arab Emirates Fulbright $ 6,616 FY11 ECE x Criminal justice training with one of the specialties including human trafficking N 25 days Both
DOS/ECA SCA India Fulbright $ 10,651 FY11 ECE x Public lecture--"Human trafficking in international perspective" N 42 days Sex
DOS/ECA EUR Germany Fulbright $ 21,500.00 FY11 ECE x Academic research objective explores the relationship between regional gender-based cultures of violence and human trafficking, prostitution and sexual slavery. N 12 Both
DOS/ECA SCA India Fulbright $ 32,240.00 FY11 ECE x Masters work focusing on sex work, human trafficking, women’s activism and mobilizing women. N 12 Both
DOS/ECA EUR UK Fulbright $ 25,000.00 FY11 ECE x Studying anthropology and focused on sexual violence and women’s rights N 12 Sex
DOS/ECA EUR Netherlands Fulbright $ 12,500.00 FY11 ECE x Focus on the Southern Africa region, human trafficking, peace building and humanitarian relief. N 12 Labor
DOS/ECA EUR Latvia Alumni $ 25,000.00 FY11 ECE x Raise awareness in all sectors of Latvian society - but particularly at risk youth - of the risk and forms of human trafficking. N 4 Both
DOS/ECA WHA Mexico Alumni $ 21,000.00 FY11 ECE x Training course to provide Tijuana-based youth civil society activists to design, implement, and sustain programs on a variety of themes, including human trafficking. N 9 Both
DOS/ECA AF Mauritania Alumni $ 4,725.00 FY11 ECE x The Women's Empowerment and Training Education Program educated women on their rights, including as they relate to trafficking. N 6 Both
DOS/ECA AF Togo Alumni $ 28,000.00 FY11 ECE x Mobile clinics to provide legal services to women in remote villages N 10 Both
DOS/ECA Multi Multi IVLP $ 3,540,000.00 FY11 ECE x Visit program to the U.S. to familiarize foreign officials, academics, activists and others about U.S. efforts to protect and assist victims of trafficking. N 2-3 weeks Both
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Russia NGO Satellite $ 20,090.00 FY10 AEECA x This project proposes to raise decision-makers’ awareness about trafficking in Russia and abroad, apply existing measures to counteract trafficking, and utilize existing national and international documents related to human trafficking. Y 12 Both
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Georgia Democrat Women's Organization $ 23,446.00 FY10 AEECA x The creation of the Women’s Democracy Information Center of Akhaltsikhe, will provide information on the newly ratified gender equality law and will provide resources on other political and legal topics of interest to women, including domestic violence and trafficking. Y 12 Both
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Moldova International Center for Women's Rights Protection & Promotion: La Strada $ 24,000.00 FY10 AEECA x x La Strada will partner with service provider members of the National Referral Mechanism for the identification and social protection of victims of trafficking and potential victims of trafficking in particular referring to victims of domestic violence as well as other service providers available especially in rural areas. Y 10 Both
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Ukraine Charitable Foundation “Caritas” $ 13,235.00 FY10 AEECA x x The project purpose is to prevent illegal labor migration and human trafficking. The NGO seeks to provide consultations to persons who want to travel and work abroad with a special focus on young people and the unemployed. The Foundation will conduct walking marches and other street events to draw public attention to TIP. Y 10 Both
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Macedonia YouthInk $ 17,706.00 FY10 AEECA x The project will implement a youth camp (Camp GLOW) to develop leadership skills for multi-ethnic girls from Macedonia. One of the training components will address Women's Studies: Self-Esteem, Objectification of Women in the Media, and Human Trafficking. Y 1 Both
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Albania Women in Development Shkoder $ 21,410.00 FY10 AEECA x This project will create a favorable environment for social and economic integration of vulnerable groups of women, girls and youth endangered from social exclusion with the aim of improving their status in Shkodra and its surrounding areas, where better anti-trafficking awareness and prevention activities are needed. Y 10 Both
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Armenia Women’s Resource Center NGO $ 21,840.00 FY10 AEECA x The project is aimed to develop activism and empower young women from the regions of Armenia to mobilize and lead their communities around urgent gender and women’s issues. Trainings will be provided to raise community awareness on: the concept of human rights, women's human rights, gender based violence and trafficking, and community problems and their gender dimensions. Y 12 Both
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Georgia Women's Center/ Azerbaijani Women's Union of Georgia $ 20,125.00 FY10 AEECA x The project aims to support the integration minorities through protection and promotion of women’s rights by advocating for implementation of international standards, domestic legislation and policies, educating women about existing legislation, raising awareness of minority rights and discussing how human rights fit within their culture. The project will raise awareness of the country's National Action Plan Combating Domestic Violence, National Action Plan on Human Trafficking, and National Action Plan on Gender Equality. Y 10 Both
DOS/INL EUR Azerbaijan IOM $ 269,400.00 FY10 AEECA x x This project aims to 1) strengthen the national capacity to counter labor trafficking; 2) continues supporting the establishment of effective cooperation mechanisms between the Azeri government and NGO community; 3) improves awareness; and 4) assists victims' reintegration into society, particularly migrant workers. N 12 Labor
DOS/INL EUR Armenia Bulk obligated through Letter of Agreement to Embassy $ 300,000.00 FY10 AEECA x x x Funding will be sub-obligated to international organizations and local NGOs no later than June 2012. These programs will focus on increasing the Armenian government's effectiveness in preventing and prosecuting human trafficking and protecting and reintegrating victims into society. The program goals and objectives will support Armenia's national action plan on combating trafficking in persons as well as the FY11 G/TIP report recommendations. N 24 Both
DOS/INL/EA SCA Tajikistan IOM $ 550,000.00 FY10 AEECA x x To enhance Tajikistan's law enforcement capacity for investigating and prosecuting TIP cases (IOM project, and Post-implemented activities). Also, to monitor the cotton harvest (IOM project). Y 12 Both
DOS/INL/EA EUR Ukraine IOM $ 168,784.00 FY10 AEECA x x x The project activities will include the analysis of refusals of prosecutor’s offices to initiate criminal cases involving labor trafficking; the development of a practical toolkit (model cases and practical guidelines) for investigators; and conducting joint trainings for operational officers, investigators, prosecutors, and judges, with the aim of developing a common operational framework to investigate and hear in court labor trafficking cases in all regions of Ukraine. N 12 Labor
DOS/INL/EA EUR Ukraine IOM $ 214,388.00 FY10 AEECA x x The project activities will include the development of relevant guidelines (in accordance with the Law of Ukraine on protection of individuals in criminal proceedings) for the application of victim/witness protection measures related to the changing of identification documents and relocation. The project will also provide specialized training for investigators, counter-trafficking operational officers, and judicial police officers on the application of measures of victim/witness protection in trafficking-related crimes. N 12 Both
DOS/INL/EA SCA Kazakhstan IOM, Assoc. Against TIP in Central Asia $ 264,000.00 FY10 AECCA x Enhance capacity of law enforcement, prosecutors & judges on identifying, detecting, investigating, and prosecuting TIP crimes. N 12 Both
DOS/INL/EA SCA Turkmenistan IOM $ 150,000.00 FY10 AECCA x Enhance capacity of law enforcement, prosecutors & judges on identifying, detecting, investigating, and prosecuting TIP crimes. N 12 Sex
DOS/INL/EA EUR Georgia IOM n/a $ 100,000.00 FY10 AEECA x x x This program aims to build the capacity of Georgia's referral mechanism and develop international law enforcement cooperation between Georgian officials and key destination countries. N 12 Labor
DOS/INL/EA EUR Russia IOM n/a $ 436,156.00 FY09 AEECA x Project aims at prevention of human trafficking, assistance to victims and criminal prosecution N 14 Labor
DOS/INL/EA EUR Russia ALOA n/a $ 192,669.00 FY10 AEECA x Provides resources for the RLAs at post to organize training, workshops and study tours. N 12 Labor
DOS/INL/EA EUR Russia ABA-ROLI n/a $ 100,000.00 FY10 AEECA x Increase capacity among relevant government actors to effectively investigate and prosecute human trafficking cases. N 12 Labor
DOS/J/TIP AF Angola IOM $ 273,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X IOM will increase the capacity of civil society and law enforcement officials to identify and protect victims of trafficking. This will be achieved through in-depth sensitization and capacity building trainings for law enforcement officials, government officials, and civil society; the development and dissemination of a counter-TIP handbook and SOPs; the provision of financial support to selected shelters, the strengthening of referral systems for coordination victim identification and assistance, and the development of a counter-TIP monitoring mechanism through a consolidated database. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP AF Central African Republic International Partnership for Human Development (IPHD) Caritas $ 600,000.00 FY10 ESF X X X IPHD is working to build public awareness on TIP awareness and implement measures to protect and care for trafficked children, including the establishment of a legal center and shelter for children. Further, the project will build the capacity of local NGOs to advocate the government through the holding of workshops. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP AF The Gambia ChildFund International $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X ChildFund will support the government to create a national child protection system to prevents and respond to child TIP. This will involve: 1) the creation of a centralized database; 2) technical support to facilitate coordination between governmental and non-governmental organizations; 3) capacity-building workshops for law enforcement; and 4) the establishment of child protection committees and a community-level referral network. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP AF Lesotho World Vision $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X World Vision will support the government in its efforts to combat TIP with the overall goal of reducing incidents of TIP and mitigating its impact of rural communities. The project will focus primarily on building the capacity of relevant ministries and civil society to fulfill their duties under the 2011 National Action Plan, while equipping rural communities to effectively prevent TIP and protect victims. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP AF Sierra Leone World Hope International $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X World Hope International will build upon their current project, which seeks to prevent and protect victims of trafficking through established referral mechanisms among anti-TIP trained Village Parent Groups (VPGs), law enforcement, and victim service providers. Supplemental funds will support the creation of the only shelter in Sierra Leone to provide immediate assistance to victims of trafficking before reintegrating them back into the community with the help of VPGs. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP AF Uganda American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education (ABA FJE) $ 210,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X The ABA will: 1) train local stakeholders on Ugandan and international laws relating to TIP; 2) create a national task force to develop protocols and other coordination mechanisms for combating TIP and improving support for victims; and 3) implement training-of-trainer sessions for Task Force members to help promote future implementation of the coordination protocols. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP AF Zambia IOM $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X IOM will build upon their current project which seeks to strengthen the Zambian national response to TIP by conducting training on the investigation and prosecution of human trafficking, and supporting government shelters by upgrading their facilities and training their staff to meet minimum requirements for victim aftercare services. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP AF Regional (SADC Member States) UNODC $ 200,000.00 FY10 ESF X UNODC Regional Office Southern Africa (ROSAF) will strengthen technical and legal capacity of Member States of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to draft national anti-trafficking legislation that is in line with the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and its TIP Protocol, while advocating for the ratification of both. Additionally, UNODC Southern Africa will support the drafting of national policies, including plans of action against trafficking in persons. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP Cambodia NEXUS Institute $ 550,000.00 FY10 INCLE X The NEXUS Institute will conduct a longitudinal study of victims of TIP who have been returned and reintegrated back into society in order to examine the factors that may shape the success or failure of reintegration. By exploring the long-term reintegration experiences of victims, the NEXUS Institute will identify the unmet needs of victims and gaps in services, specifically among those who are traditionally underserved or unassisted. The NEXUS Institute will also provide sub-grants to selected local NGOs allowing them to pilot research-based initiatives aimed at improving and expanding service provision and evaluate the effectiveness of the pilot programs. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP Indonesia American Center for International Labor Solidarity (ACILS) International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) $ 300,000.00 FY10 ESF X X X ACILS aims to improve the record of prosecutions and civil cases in three key transit and destination areas of Indonesia. This project will improve the enforcement of existing laws and empower civil society actors to advocate for greater implementation of established anti-TIP policies at the local level. In improving and expanding legal and other direct protection services, ACILS will deploy a legal consultant and build a larger cadre of legal advocates to represent victims. ACILS will partner with ICMC to train and build capacity for service providers and lawyers. Y 18 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP Malaysia Boat People SOS $ 250,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X Boat People SOS will build on their recent anti-TIP efforts by advocating for enhanced national and state governments and NGO collaboration in anti-TIP efforts, with a focus on legal reforms and victim protection and care. Project activities will include supporting a coalition of NGOs to provide case management to victims. Boat People SOS will also implement an intensive awareness raising campaign for migrant workers with the goal of preventing forced labor and making available referral networks for workers who are victims. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP Mongolia IOM Mongolian Gender and Equality Centre (MGEC) $ 141,520.00 FY10 INCLE X IOM will partner with the MGEC to provide direct support to Mongolian victims of TIP. The project will provide legal and reintegration assistance to victims as well as establish a national victims’ assistance fund in Mongolia. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP The Philippines International Justice Missions (IJM) $ 600,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X IJM will build capacity of the criminal justice system to respond to sex trafficking in Angeles City and increase the quantity and quality of sex trafficking investigations, prosecutions and convictions. To accomplish this, IJM will provide intelligence and technical and legal assistance to law enforcement and judicial officials. IJM also will provide assessment and care to rescued victims, and capacity building to government social workers, with the goal of minimizing the occurrence of re-trafficking. Y 36 Sex
DOS/J/TIP EAP Solomon Islands American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education (ABA FJE) $ 250,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X The ABA will build on its current project by collaborating with local partners to develop and implement a data collection system on TIP cases for reporting, referrals, and prosecutions; build protection protocols and a national referral network for survivors; and enhance legal services and counseling for survivors. ABA will also engage in an anti-TIP public awareness campaign targeted to government, service providers, and vulnerable communities. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP Thailand Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) $ 300,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X JHSPH will estimate the scope of sex and labor trafficking in Mae Sot, Thailand. Through intervention monitoring, the JHSPH will provide SAW with enhanced skills and capacity for ongoing monitoring and evaluation of its programs, and provide valuable data on the reach and impact of their services. This project will advance the field’s understanding of the prevalence of TIP and its risk factors within a major transit community, as well as inform the development of best practices for assisting victims. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP Thailand TRAFCORD $ 260,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X Supplemental funding will allow TRAFCORD, a non-governmental coordination unit for anti-TIP operations in Chiang Mai, to continue to coordinate government and NGO activities to combat TIP. The project will: 1) raise community awareness of TIP; 2) provide direct assistance to victims; 3) and support police and prosecutors in the investigation and prosecution of this crime. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP Vietnam Blue Dragon Children's Foundation $ 300,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X The Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation will identify and assist children from Hue Province who have been subjected to forced labor in the garment industry. Blue Dragon will provide protection assistance; conduct a public awareness campaign; and collaborate with local authorities to rescue children, enforce labor laws, and assist in gathering evidence for legal action in TIP cases. Y 24 Labor
DOS/J/TIP EAP Regional IOM $ 300,000.00 FY10 INCLE X This project will improve the administration and quality of assistance provided to trafficking victims in shelters run by the Malaysian government, and support capacity building of government agencies in Lao PDR and Cambodia to provide reintegration support to returned trafficking victims. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP EAP Regional The National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X This project will enhance investigation and prosecution efforts as well as address the need for systematic victim identification in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), Palau, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI). Using multiple strategies such as advocacy, training and technical assistance for key governmental and NGO stakeholders, and awareness raising campaigns, NDAA aims to lay the groundwork for a comprehensive anti-trafficking framework for prevention, protection, and prosecution in the these key countries. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP EUR Moldova American Center for International Labor Solidarity (ACILS) $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X This project seeks to establish a Migrant Worker Rights and Resource Center in Chisinau to provide free legal advice and raise awareness about forced labor among migrant workers. ACILS also proposes to establish partnerships to develop networks with trade unions in destination countries. Y 36 Labor
DOS/J/TIP EUR Turkey International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE The proposed project seeks to assist the Government of Turkey and local NGO partners in establishing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for identification and referral of victims of trafficking. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP NEA Egypt IOM $ 200,000.00 FY10 INCLE X Building upon an existing grant, IOM proposes to strengthen Egypt’s national counter-TIP capacity by providing technical assistance and training to law enforcement, improving coordination among law enforcement agencies, and strengthening linkages between law enforcement and victim support agencies. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP NEA Lebanon International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) $ 250,000.00 FY10 INCLE X Building upon an existing grant, ICMPD will support the Lebanese Government to develop the first draft of the National Action Plan and produce Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the identification and referral of TIP victims. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP NEA Tunisia IOM $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X IOM will improve the understanding of TIP through: 1) the conduct of a comprehensive mapping exercise; 2) capacity building activities for government officials and CSOs in the identification and treatment of TIP victims; 3) the establishment of a referral mechanism for the provision of direct assistance services to victims; and 4) the provision of technical assistance to enhance the Tunisian anti-TIP legislation. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA Afghanistan Afghan Women Skills Development Center (AWSDC) $ 250,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X The AWSDC will address the trafficking of women and girls through awareness raising and action-oriented research in 14 districts in the Faryab province. The project will support the formation of District Advocacy Groups (DAG) in an effort to strengthen relationships among relevant stakeholders and raise awareness of trafficking at the district level. They will also conduct research to support public legislators in their efforts to advocate for additional measures against internal trafficking and improve existing anti-trafficking legislation. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA Afghanistan Hagar USA Inc. $ 704,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X Hagar USA Inc. will provide training and capacity building to key NGO staff in order to improve the care and management of victims. They will provide training for government officials (judiciary, border police) on the TIP law and identification and referral of trafficking victims. Y 40 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA Afghanistan IOM $ 200,000.00 FY10 INCLE X IOM will conduct a public awareness campaign targeting key border regions in Afghanistan. They will also work working to mobilize community members, government officials, religious leaders and social workers through a series of roundtable discussions. The project will also focus on building the capacity of the local media to produce anti-TIP media spots. IOM will also organize training sessions for teachers. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA Afghanistan Voice of Afghan Women (VWO) $ 250,000.00 FY10 INCLE X VWO will provide comprehensive services to trafficked women and girls in the Badghis province of Afghanistan. Services will include: housing, counseling, medical care, vocational training, and legal assistance. Voice of Afghan Women will also establish a Coordination and Cooperation Committee (CCC) that will be responsible for facilitating communication and coordination between the shelter, Afghan authorities, and other relevant stakeholders. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA Bangladesh IOM $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X IOM proposes to contribute to the government's efforts to reduce labor TIP. Targeted activities include: creating a parliamentary caucus and conducting consultations with parliamentarians, judges, prosecutors, lawyers, and the media; enhancing Bangladeshi officials’ understanding and execution of the draft law upon its passage; building the capacity of the labor ministry and developing SOPs for referral services; providing victim assistance; training members of the Vigilant Task Force (VTF); and supporting the development of minimum standards for evaluating the performance of recruitment agencies. Y 24 Labor
DOS/J/TIP SCA India Anti-Slavery International, d/b/a Free the Slaves $ 200,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X X Anti-Slavery International will continue its efforts to combat sex and labor trafficking in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh through the development of community vigilance committees in targeted districts, rescue and rehabilitation of trafficking victims, and prosecution of offenders. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA India Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA) $ 100,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X BBA will continue providing assistance to victims of trafficking for forced labor. It will conduct public awareness campaigns against TIP and facilitate the formation of people vigilance committees in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Delhi. BBA will also provide capacity-building support and training for grassroots organizations to rescue and rehabilitate victims of labor trafficking and to pursue prosecution of traffickers. Y 12 Labor
DOS/J/TIP SCA India International Justice Mission (IJM) $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X The project will continue to contribute to the development of a public justice system in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh that works on behalf of forced laborers by ensuring that victims are identified, released, and provided with appropriate aftercare services and perpetrators are prosecuted. Y 24 Labor
DOS/J/TIP SCA India Nomi Network $ 200,000.00 FY10 INCLE X The pilot protection project will provide targeted vocational training to a core group of trafficking victims and at risk women in West Bengal, Bihar, Maharashtra, and Delhi. The project will equip the women with marketable skills and will enable them to engage in income generating activities. Y 24 Sex
DOS/J/TIP SCA Nepal American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education (ABA FJE) $ 200,000.00 FY10 INCLE X Building upon an existing TIP Office-funded project, the ABA will continue to enhance the investigation and prosecution of trafficking cases in Nepal, foster police-prosecutor cooperation on TIP cases, and provide institutional support to the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA Nepal The Asia Foundation (TAF) Kathmandu School of Law $ 150,000.00 FY10 INCLE TAF, in partnership with the Kathmandu School of Law, has been supporting the police to develop a computerized monitoring and tracking system for TIP cases. TAF will provide district attorney offices in high-risk trafficking districts with computer systems, networking infrastructure, and specialized software in order to facilitate information sharing and more effectively track cases. TAF will also provide training and technical assistance on the implementation and utilization of the equipment. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA Tajikistan American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education (ABA FJE) $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X The proposed project activities include development of a mobile TIP training team comprised of lawyers, prosecutors, and police to provide community training and pro bono legal assistance to vulnerable populations in rural areas as well as conducting public awareness raising activities. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP SCA Uzbekistan IOM $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X IOM will establish reintegration/rehabilitation centers for male victims of trafficking as well as to expand an existing shelter for female victims of trafficking in cooperation with local NGO partners. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Costa Rica Rahab Foundation $ 200,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X Rahab will provide shelter and services, including psychological, medical, and vocational training, to female v TIP victims. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Ecuador Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X CATW will work to prevent sex trafficking by combating the demand for commercial sex in Ecuador through implementation of an educational model and a public awareness campaign that challenges the traditional model of masculinity in Latin America and raises awareness that the demand for commercial sexual exploitation fuels sex trafficking. Y 24 Sex
DOS/J/TIP WHA Guatemala Covenant House (Asociacion Casa Alianza) $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X Casa Alianza will expand its efforts to expand TIP prevention outreach to street children and other vulnerable populations, increase their shelter capacity, and provide legal assistance to TIP victims. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti Anti-Slavery International, d/b/a Free the Slaves Fondasyon Limyè Lavi $ 200,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X These funds will replenish funds that Anti-Slavery International expended immediately following the earthquake in order to provide an emergency anti-trafficking response and enable them to complete the original objectives of their grant award. Activities include the creation of comprehensive and locally-based service models that combine whole community dialogues with targeted interventions, economic alternatives, and psychological support to address the needs of child trafficking victims. Y 3 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti Anti-Slavery International, d/b/a Free the Slaves Fondasyon Limyè Lavi $ 700,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X Anti-Slavery International will partner with the Fondasyon Limyè Lavi to prevent and reverse the flow of children from source communities into restavek slavery. These organizations will do this through development, testing and refinement of a grassroots-based model that reduces the incidence of children sent into the restavek system and increases reintegration of former restavek children, and will incorporate these communities into advocacy for passage of an effective legislative framework to combat restavek slavery. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Solitarite Fwontalye and the Sisters of St. John the Evangelist $ 300,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X CRS will raise community awareness about TIP in the border area between Northeast Haiti and Dajabón, Dominican Republic and to provide comprehensive services to Haitian or foreign victims through a safe house in Ouanaminthe, Haiti. In addition to shelter, victims will receive legal, medical, psychosocial services, and family tracing when needed. CRS will also develop a database to track information about victims’ cases that can be shared with appropriate government and law enforcement actors in both countries. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti Heartland Alliance for Human Needs and Human Rights Organizasyon Jen Fanm en Aksyon, and TIMKATEC $ 250,000.00 FY10 INCLE Heartland Alliance will partner with Foundation Maurice Sixto, Organizasyon Jen Fanm en Aksyon, and TIMKATEC to enhance their administration and organizational learning and expand and improve their programs to combat child trafficking. Heartland Alliance will accomplish this through individualized assessments, individualized and joint trainings, and particular emphasis on enhancing the quality of data management, financial administration and sustainability, and best practices for anti-trafficking programming. Y 18 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti International Association for Women Judges (IAWJ) Chapitre Haïtien de l'Association Internationale des Femmes Juges/ Haitian Association of Women Judges (CHAIFEJ) $ 650,000.00 FY10 INCLE X IAWJ will strengthen the capacity of Haitian judges to recognize, conduct and decide cases involving human trafficking, enhance judicial coordination with other agencies, and recommend improvements in judicial procedure and anti-trafficking legislation. This project will include an analysis of judicial handling of cases with trafficking issues under the current legal framework. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti IOM Center for Action for Solidarity and Integral Development (CASODI); Fondation Zanmi Timoun; Group for Humanitarian Action for the Development of Leogane; Hands to Help Children. $ 750,000.00 FY10 INCLE X IOM will continue a recently completed project to combat trafficking of women and children in Haiti. Continued activities will include provision of services to victims of trafficking, including family reintegration and micro-enterprise development; enhancing the capacity of partner NGOs to effectively address the needs of restavek children; increasing awareness in source and host communities about the dangers and consequences of trafficking of children; and reinforcing a network of local NGOs working to combat trafficking in persons through multi-sectoral working groups to address the issue. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti IOM Association for Children of Mirebelais; Jano Sikse Border Network; Foyer L'Escale $ 100,000.00 FY10 INCLE X This project will contribute to an improved standard of assistance provided to victims of trafficking, as provided by J/TIP grantees. The project consists of three pillars: identifying promising practices concerning standards of assistance, referral and return for child trafficking victims; operationalizing promising practices in cooperation with governmental counterparts; and facilitating a coordination mechanism for J/TIP grantees in Haiti that will foster synergies, avoid duplication, and share lessons learned. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti SHARE Institute (*Has been terminated) $ 575,000.00 FY10 INCLE X SHARE will increase awareness and improve the response to TIP and GBV in Haiti. The project will involve community-based outreach, discussion and awareness methods along with innovative uses of mobile and web technology to identify and protect victims of these crimes. The partners will document and map cases of TIP and GBV in IDP camps and develop a referral and response network for their protection. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti University of San Francisco School of Law (*Has been terminated) $ 750,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X The University of San Francisco Center for Law and Global Justice will enhance the understanding of the legal community of the importance of a comprehensive legal framework to address TIP, implement a strategy to reduce the supply and demand for restavek children, and protect women and children from GBV through community-based prevention activities. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Haiti The Warnath Group $ 50,000.00 FY10 INCLE X The Warnath Group will assist the government with enacting and implementing comprehensive anti-TIP legislation through a supplement to an existing global training and technical assistance program. Y 6 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Regional (Haiti and the DR) IOM $ 250,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X IOM will support the Haitian Government, including in coordination with the Government of the DR, to address cross-border TIP into and from the DR, especially Dominican women in Haiti and Haitian children in the Dominican Republic. IOM will accomplish this through actionable research, capacity building for government officials, and the promotion of bilateral referral mechanisms to protect victims of trafficking. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Mexico Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST) $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X The proposed project activities include provision of technical assistance to NGOs throughout Mexico on victim service provision and increased regional and national anti-trafficking networks. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Mexico DOJ/OPDAT $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X The proposed project will support anti-trafficking training to be conducted by the U.S. DOJ Legal Advisor. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Mexico IOM $ 200,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X The proposed project seeks to ensure the implementation of anti-TIP legislative reforms and the National Action Plan at the state level through the provision of training and sensitization workshops. Y 24 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Nicaragua Asociación Casa Alianza Nicaragua $ 198,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X Asociación Casa Alianza Nicaragua will provide a safe environment and treatment methodology for TIP victims and for potential victims at high risk of being trafficked. Casa Alianza will provide a multidisciplinary 24-hour residential treatment program for child victims and those at-risk; offer street outreach services; and provide comprehensive protection to children trafficked across borders in Mexico, Central America. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Regional (Caribbean) Center for Women Policy Studies (CWPS) $ 100,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X X GlobalPOWER Caribbean will engage women Members of Parliaments and Ministers from up to 10 countries as partners in addressing trafficking of women and girls as a global women’s human rights crisis. The project will include a week long workshop at which Parliamentarians and Ministers will develop country-specific strategic action plans to strengthen national and regional anti-trafficking laws, policies, and programs. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Regional DOJ/FBI $ 250,000.00 FY10 INCLE X The FBI’s International Training & Assistance Unit plans to develop and conduct a pilot training program at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia for 30-35 foreign law enforcement investigators for skills-based anti-TIP training. The two-week interactive course will feature techniques for interviewing adult and child victims, interrogating traffickers, building a case from sources beyond the victim, and working with victim service providers. Y 27 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Regional INTERPOL, U.S. National Central Bureau $ 350,000.00 FY10 INCLE X The U.S. National Central Bureau of INTERPOL will develop and deliver a comprehensive classroom-based curriculum at established police training venues in INTERPOL member countries in WHA. The program goal is to create sustainable capacity to mount intelligence-driven operations that target TIP networks in this region, and foster an inter-regional dialogue on human trafficking issues among senior law enforcement, border security, and justice officials from the region. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Regional IOM $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X IOM will work to strengthen the capacity of law enforcement in identified countries to investigate and prosecute TIP cases and provide victim assistance as well as improve multilateral coordination in the Region. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP WHA Regional OAS $ 100,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X OAS will build upon its program to build the capacity of law enforcement actors in Central America and the Caribbean to address TIP by expanding the training program to South America. The OAS will provide training to police, customs and immigration officials, and other investigative actors in South America; encourage governments to incorporate the training materials into their police academy curricula; seek to improve communications among police, prosecutors and judges; and establish an information-sharing network to improve victim protections throughout the region. Y 8 Both
DOS/J/TIP Global Global The Fair Trade Fund $ 450,000.00 FY10 INCLE X J/TIP will continue to support the Fair Trade Fund in its development of an online tool and mobile application that measures an individual’s slavery “footprint” based on their purchasing habits, and utilizing an analysis of data drawn from reports published by the government and international organizations. The Fair Trade Fund will also expand its tool to provide a more complete picture of the way an individual’s consumer habits contribute to slavery as well as provide users with information that will empower them to take action to end slavery. Y 12 Labor
DOS/J/TIP Global Global International Labor Rights Forum (ILRF) Not for Sale Campaign $ 100,000.00 FY10 INCLE X Continued funding will allow the ILRF, in partnership with the Not for Sale Campaign, to continue its efforts to improve standards through which a company can be evaluated on its efforts to combat forced labor in its supply chain as well as create the tools through which consumers can easily access such information. The additional funding will enable ILRF to further improve its existing company assessments, analyze new industries, and identify best practices. Y 12 Labor
DOS/J/TIP Global Global IOM $ 200,000.00 FY10 ESF X X These funds will be used to supplement and continue a cooperative agreement with the IOM which supports two purposes globally: 1) short-term targeted technical assistance and/or training to foreign governments and NGOs based on the findings of the annual Trafficking in Persons Report, and 2) emergency assistance on a case by case basis for individuals identified as trafficked persons overseas when no other resources are available or assistance cannot be provided in a timely manner to meet the emergency needs of such victims. Y 9 Both
DOS/J/TIP Global Global NEXUS Institute University of Michigan $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X The NEXUS Institute will pilot a model that builds awareness and the capacity of international law firms and lawyers to participate on a pro-bono basis in the fight against human trafficking. This project will be the first of its kind to engage and educate pro-bono lawyers in a systematic program to be able to contribute to protecting the legal and non-legal interests of victims of trafficking. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP Global Global UNODC $ 100,000.00 FY10 ESF X Through this supplemental award, UNODC will continue to work to increase the number of investigations and prosecutions of traffickers by providing in-depth specialized training for criminal justice practitioners, especially law enforcement officers and victim support professionals, in good practice responses to trafficking in persons in selected states. UNODC will also provide consultation on drafting of anti-trafficking legislation in selected countries that lack comprehensive legislation. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP Global Global UNODC $ 190,000.00 FY10 INCLE X X Supplemental funding will allow UNODC to expand its global TIP case law database, which currently holds more than 200 case reports. The UNODC will continue to gather case law through its established networks as well as expand partnerships with national correspondents and expert contributors. They will also translate the case template and database user interface into all six United Nations languages. Y 12 Both
DOS/J/TIP Global Global UNODC $ 500,000.00 FY10 INCLE The proposed funding will serve to increase the capacity of UNODC as the custodian of the Palermo Protocol. Funds will be used to support efforts to ensure that UN-prepared or funded anti-TIP materials are consistent with the provisions of the Palermo Protocol. Y 36 Both
DOS/J/TIP Global Global IOM London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine $ 400,000.00 FY10 INCLE X IOM will conduct a research study to advance the understanding of the health needs of victims of labor trafficking with the aim of enhancing mechanisms for improving health outcomes. Through targeted training, this project will also build the capacity of healthcare professionals to deliver appropriate care to victims of trafficking in two countries. Y 24 Labor
DOS/J/TIP Global Global Westat, Inc. $ 575,000.00 FY10 INCLE X Westat, Inc. will provide J/TIP grantees with tools and skills necessary for data collection on the local level, thereby enhancing the measurement of project performance and operations. They will also conduct a full-scale evaluation of a J/TIP funded program. Y 36 Labor
DOS/NEA NEA Oman $ 181.00 FY11 Post rep funds X X TIP Roundtable at CMR, tour of Omani TIP shelter N N/A Both
DOS/PRM Global Global IOM $ 80,000.00 FY11 MRA X The "Global Assistance Fund" provides return and reintegration assistance to victims of trafficking that are stranded in areas of the world that do not have other return programs. N 12 Both
DOS/PRM WHA United States IOM $ 958,000.00 FY11 MRA X "Return, Reintegration, and Family Reunification for Victims of Trafficking in the United States" reunifies persons trafficked to the United States with their relatives by bringing eligible family members to the U.S. or by providing return and reintegration assistance. N 12 Both
DOS/PRM WHA Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama IOM *PRM is unable to assign precise dollar amounts to the counter-trafficking components of regional projects because they are integrated with migration activities that improve the protection environment for all vulnerable migrants. FY11 MRA X X X "Regional Program to Strengthen Capacities to Protect and Assist Vulnerable Migrants in Mesoamerica" builds the capacity of governments and civil society to identify, protect, and assist vulnerable migrants, including trafficking victims. N 12 Both
DOS/PRM EAP People's Republic of China, Republic of South Korea IOM *PRM is unable to assign precise dollar amounts to the counter-trafficking components of regional projects because they are integrated with migration activities that improve the protection environment for all vulnerable migrants. FY11 MRA X X “Northeast Asia: Enhancing Capacity to Manage Mixed Migration Flows in the People’s Republic of China and Republic of Korea” builds the capacity of governments and civil society to identify, protect, and assist vulnerable migrants, including trafficking victims. N 12 Both
DOS/PRM AF Southern Africa (mostly South Africa) IOM *PRM is unable to assign precise dollar amounts to the counter-trafficking components of regional projects because they are integrated with migration activities that improve the protection environment for all vulnerable migrants. FY11 MRA X X "Southern Africa – Addressing Irregular Migration Flows to South Africa" builds the capacity of governments and civil society to identify, protect, and assist vulnerable migrants, including trafficking victims. N 12 Both
DOS/PRM AF Ethiopia, Djibouti, Puntland, Somaliland IOM *PRM is unable to assign precise dollar amounts to the counter-trafficking components of regional projects because they are integrated with migration activities that improve the protection environment for all vulnerable migrants. FY11 MRA X X "Horn/Gulf of Aden/Yemen: Improving Protection of Migrants" builds the capacity of governments and civil society to identify, protect, and assist vulnerable migrants, including trafficking victims. N 12 Both
DOS/PRM DOS/J/TIP EAP Burma, Thailand, Vietnam,
Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia
IOM *PRM is unable to assign precise dollar amounts to the counter-trafficking components of our regional projects because they are integrated with migration activities that improve the protection environment for all vulnerable migrants. FY11 MRA
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X X “Addressing the Risks and Needs of Vulnerable Migrants in Burma, Thailand, and Vietnam and in Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Malaysia” builds the capacity of governments and civil society to identify, protect, and assist vulnerable migrants, including trafficking victims. N 12 Both
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Kazakhstan Bolashak Public Association $ 18,085.00 FY10 AEECA x Increase awareness in Taraz city and 10 regions of Zhambylskaya Oblast on personal and social risk of people trafficking, on rendering assistance in understanding laws and opportunities of personal legal protection. Y 12 Both
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Kazakhstan SO Center for the Protection of Women of Aktobe $ 9,402.00 FY10 AEECA x SO Center for the Protection of Women of Aktobe would like to create and conduct an assistance programs through innovative teaching methods of young girls of Aktobe and Oblast regarding misunderstandings at home which result in conflicts and domestic violence. Y 12 Both
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Kyrgyzstan Republican Independent Assoc. of Women with Disabilities $ 17,952.00 FY10 AEECA x The project aims at protecting women with disabilities from domestic violence, by providing legal assistance to them, installation of a hotline and conducting training and seminars and information campaign. Y 12 Both
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Turkmenistan Perspectiva $ 12,945.00 FY10 AEECA x x The objective of the project is to provide training in human trafficking and consultations in small businesses, entrepreneurship for 60 women in Bayramaly town, Mary velayat Y 7 Labor
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Uzbekistan Ferghana Center of Social and Legal Support of Women - Qalb Nuri $ 4,290.00 FY10 AEECA x x Conducting field research in Ferghana region to improve strategies on predicting and preventing violence in families. Y 6 Labor
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Uzbekistan Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan, Khorezm $ 6,410.00 FY10 AEECA Main goal of the project is to combat TIP in Khorezm region by increasing legal literacy of potential labor migrants, women and children, provide legal assistance to TIP victims and public awareness on TIP issues. Y 12 Labor
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Uzbekistan Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan, Qashqadarya $ 10,090.00 FY10 AEECA x The main goal of the project is to monitor the use of forced labor and forced child labor in Qashqadarya region and to take active preventive measures by informing the population about their human rights. Y 12 Labor
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Uzbekistan Initiative Group of Women Lawyers of Samarkand $ 4,400.00 FY10 AEECA x The population of Samarkand is 396,400 people; 185,600 of them (50%) are women. The NGO emphasizes that the low level of the women's legal literacy in Samarkand region causes serious problems such as increase of the suicide among women, crime and domestic violence. Y 12 Both
DOS/SCA/PPD SCA Uzbekistan Oydin Nur Family Social Protection Center NGO $ 9,280.00 FY10 AEECA x Its mission is to improve women's status in the society through the promotion of nonviolent forms of relationships in family and society. The primary target group of the victims of domestic violence.
mission is to improve women's status in the society through the promotion of nonviolent forms of
relationships in family and society. The primary target group of the organization is women who were
victims of domestic violence.
Y 12 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Polaris Project $ 799,333.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x To operate the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, a 24/7 hotline that provides emergency assistance to trafficking victims, service referrals, tips to law enforcement agencies, and information and training on human trafficking. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA United States Conference of Catholic Bishops $ 1,913,146.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x Comprehensive case management services. Y 66 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Houston Rescue and Restore Catholic Charities – Cabrini Center
Montrose Counseling Center
Chinese Community Center
Houston Interfaith Workers Justice
$ 298,000.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Promotes public awareness of human trafficking in the greater Houston metro area, Provides anti-trafficking coalition management, Conducts targeted outreach to the Asian, Middle East, and Latino populations, domestic workers and employers of domestic work, and apartment and hotel managers. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Safe Horizon Empire State Coalition
New York Asian Women's Center
City Bar Justice Center
$ 298,900.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Works with partners in New York City to conduct public awareness activates and outreach to the criminal justices system personnel and to organizations serving youth and the Asian community, Conducts direct outreach to potential trafficking victims, Provides training to health care providers, social service agencies, first responders, and community groups. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Healing Place Serve Trafficking Hope
Crisis Pregnancy Center of Slidell, Inc.
Family Values Resource Institute
Louisiana Human Trafficking Task Force of the Middle District
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans
$ 239,750.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Works in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA, and conducts a public awareness campaign, Participates in local coalition, Trains social service organizations and community groups, Conducts direct outreach to potential trafficking victims. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Colorado Legal Services Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network Prax(us)
Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance
$ 300,000.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Provides Anti-trafficking coalition leadership in Colorado, Conducts direct street outreach to youth, Educates detained immigrants, low-wage workers, students, service providers and law enforcement officials about human trafficking. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA International Rescue Committee Asian & Pacific Islander Safety Center
Refugee Women’s Alliance
Central Washington Comprehensive Mental Health, Yakima
YouthCare/ James W. Orion Center
Lutheran Community Services Northwest
$ 300,000.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Expands the regional anti-TIP networks for awareness and services via intensive coalition building and outreach expansion throughout Washington state;
Provides anti-trafficking training for service providers, law enforcement, first responders and the community; Conducts outreach to street youth, immigrant communities, and sex trafficking victims.
Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA SAGE Project Newcomers Health Program
Sisters of the Holy Family
BAWAR
Alameda County District Attorney
$ 300,000.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Works with partners in the San Francisco Bay Area to create a response protocol for assisting trafficking victims and to address service gaps, Educates faith-based communities, government agencies and immigrant communities on human trafficking. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Sacramento Employment Training Agency Opening Doors, Inc.
My Sister’s House
WEAVE
$ 287,412.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Conducts targeted outreach and public awareness campaign within the Sacramento metropolitan area, Provides Anti-trafficking coalition management, Leads training for service providers and other professionals Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA International Institute of St. Louis Catholic Charities
UMOS (United Migrant Opportunities Services)
Puentes de Esperanza – Bridges of Hope (part of Hoyleton Youth & Family Services)
$ 292,300.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Coordinates a consortium of four anti-trafficking coalitions in Eastern Missouri and Southern Illinois, Conducts public awareness activities and educates social service agencies, law enforcement agencies and community groups about human trafficking. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission Central California Legal Services
Centro la Familia
Family Services of Tulare County
Marjaree Mason Center
Mennonite Central Committee
Westside Family Preservation Services Network
$ 241,667.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Leads the Central Valley Freedom Coalition; Provides training and technical assistance to social service providers, law enforcement agencies, and community groups; Conducts public awareness activities on human trafficking Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Mosaic Family Services ACH Child and Family Services
Freedom House of Parker County
Grayson Crisis Center
Henderson County HELP Center
Opening Doors Immigration Services
SAFE-T
$ 291,971.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Works in North Texas providing education and outreach to immigrants and runaway youth, to local organizations likely to encounter potential trafficking victims and to the general public. Participates in local anti-trafficking task force. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Pacific Gateway Center Myanmar Association of Hawaii
Word International Ministries
Wat Dhammavihara Hawaii
Wat Lao Sithammaram of Hawaii
Career Changers TV Communications Pacific Pacific Alliance to Stop Slavery
$ 150,000.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x x Conduct public awareness activities on human trafficking throughout the state of Hawaii; Provides training to health care providers, social service organizations, and community groups. Y 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Tapestri, Inc. $ 593,355.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x Comprehensive case management services. N 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA Heartland Human Care Services, Inc. $ 551,833.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x Comprehensive case management services. N 36 Both
HHS/ACF/ORR WHA USA U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants $ 1,354,812.00 FY11 HHS Appropriations x Comprehensive case management services. N 36 Both
USAID AF DRC UNICEF n/a $ 3,999,660.00 FY10 ESF x x In September 2011 USAID began funding a 2-year, $4 million program for the release, reunification and reintegration of children associated with armed forces in North and South Kivu. The program aims to provide temporary care and reintegration services for 1,556 children associated with armed forces and armed groups (including 311 girls). There is also a community-based child protection component of the program which aims to prevent the recruitment and re-recruitment of children into armed groups. 24 Both
USAID AF DRC IOM n/a $ 200,000.00 FY11 ESF X USAID/DRC has provided a $400k grant to IOM for a countrywide research project on trafficking in persons. This research will be published in a report in March of 2012 and is intended for use by the government and other stakeholders for informed decision-making. Highlights include the training of 45 Congolese researchers and the completion of trafficking research in nine provinces. 24 Both
USAID AF Senegal TBD TBD $ 500,000.00 FY10 DA x x Funds will be used to provide leadership training and support to members of national and local anti-trafficking in persons task forces. As a result of the training, task force members, including the Senegalese police, will develop the skills and relationships necessary to more effectively prevent and prosecute human trafficking crimes in Senegal. 24 Labor
USAID AF Uganda Platform for Labour Action n/a $ 17,332.18 FY08 DA x x x The Combating Trafficking in Persons Using Community Structures (CTPUC)/Platform for Labour Action activity is working in four informal settlements in Kampala district: Katwe, Kisenyi, Kamwokya and Bwaise, which are receiving areas for trafficked persons. The project aims to strengthen community networks between duty bearers and community volunteers in order to protect, prevent, and raise awareness of trafficking in persons in Kampala district, Uganda. 12 Both
USAID AF Mauritania OHCHR n/a $ 120,175.00 FY10 DA x x The Anti-Slavery and Anti-Trafficking Financial Empowerment Activities project aims to develop a better financial, physical and legal environment for women and children, particularly those affected by slavery and sexual violence; provide ex-slaves the means to be autonomous through other livelihoods opportunities; restore and reinforce the rights of children of ex–slaves by providing them with birth certificates; and fight against social discrimination that contributes to trafficking and violence. Activities include construction of a reception and training center; public awareness campaigns in three regions of the country; and training programs for victims to inform them about their rights. 8 Both
USAID EUR Russia MTV EXIT MTV Russia and Russian production companies $ 465,742.00 recoveries AEECA X To launch a multi-media campaign to raise awareness and increase prevention of TIP in Russia, especially among vulnerable youth. Possible activities incude production of a tv mini-series, PSAs, music videos, youth forums and roadshows. Y 18 Both
USAID EUR Albania, Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria International Centre for Migration Policy Development $ 642,800.00 FY12 AEECA X Follow-on to earlier regional anti-TIP program that developed trans-national referral mechanism (TRM) guidelines and SOPs to assist on cross-border collaboration in providing assistance to and repatriating TIP vicitms. Current project focuses on concrete tools to facilitate implementation of the TRM and on increasing cooperation between relevent officials in all countries as well as key destination countries. Y 18 Both
USAID EUR Albania IOM $ 400,000.00 FY11 AEECA x x Build capacity of individual NGO shelters; Enhance cooperation between civil society and GOA Anti-Trafficking entities; Build capacity of civil society to prevent trafficking and protect victims N 42 Both
USAID EUR Azerbaijan OSCE Azerbaijan Migration Center; Azerbaijan Children's Union; the third sub-grantee will be selected in 2/2012 $268,740 recoveries SEED X X The activities will support OSCE efforts to improve coordination and capacity among key government (anti-trafficking focal points at relevant ministries, Victim Assistance Center, government-run shelter) and non-governmental actors in assisting victims of trafficking and forced labor. OSCE also will support three shelters run by local NGOs whose beneficiaries are women, men and children, and secure legal services to register undocumented children with authorities to reduce their vulnerability to trafficking. The program will train journalists on traditional and new media tools for investigating and reporting trafficking and forced labor cases and provide understanding of relevant domestic and international legal instruments applicable to Azerbaijan. Y
USAID EUR Belarus IOM $ 400,000.00 FY11 AEECA X X Improving job skills and employment opportunities of focus groups, increasing understanding of the dangers of trafficking among targeted populations; providing reintegration services to the victims of trafficking. Y 30 Both
USAID EUR Moldova TBD TBD $ 358,320.00 recoveries SEED AEEB x x x The TIP activities will be part of a larger 8.8 million USD ROL program. The funding available for TIP will target three activities: (1) Integration of anti-trafficking curricula into the National Institue of Justice as part of the mandatory continuous legal education program for judges and prosecutors. (2) Strengthen civil society organizations advocacy efforts with respect to anti-trafficking issues; monitoring of anti-trafficking cases, and increase public legal awareness; and (3) help the GOM to improve data collection on criminal cases at the national and local level. Y 21
USAID EUR Ukraine IOM Mission in Ukraine Ukrainian NGOs $ 800,000.00 FY11 AEECA X X USAID-funded: While providing the necessary services to prevent trafficking and to assist victims of trafficking (VoT), this project aims at strengthening the national capacity – the capacities of the Government of Ukraine and of the civil society – to sustainably undertake counter-trafficking work, including reintegration assistance to victims of trafficking under the institutionalized framework of the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) led by the state. Y 108 Both
USAID Global Global Chemonics $ 273,000.00 FY11 DA x x This contract provides technical assistance to missions and implementing partners to effectively combat TIP. FY11 deliverables included an assessment of the scope and nature of TIP in Dominican Republic, updating a USG TIP program database to improve transparency and increase interagency coordination; regular production of the "Anti-Trafficking Update" publication, event support for two TIP "listening sessions", and drafting content for an online training. 88 Both
USAID ASIA Bangladesh Winrock Rights Jessore, PROYAS, Agrogoti Sangstha, Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association (BNWLA), Dhaka Ahasania Mission (DAM), YPSA (Young Power in Social Action), SHISUK (Shikkha Shastha Unnayan Karzakram), Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit - RMMRU, Change Makers, $ 915,000.00 FY10 DA X X X X X The ACT Program works collaboratively with the host Government and local NGOs to empower survivors of trafficking and those at-risk for trafficking; provide viable economic alternatives to unsafe internal and cross-border migration; expand pubic awareness and participation in prevention efforts and crime reduction; and build the capacity of government institutions to identify and prosecute perpetrators Y 72 Both
USAID ASIA Cambodia The Asia Foundation RDA, APL, GD, HCC, WHI, IJM, SISHA and WVC $ 1,450,000.00 FY10 DA, ESF X X X Strengthen the joint efforts of the Royal Government of Cambodia and civil society to combat human trafficking by addressing prevention, protection, prosecution, and safeguarding the rights of those most vulnerable to human trafficking and exploitation. Y 61 Both
USAID ASIA Nepal HHS/ORR 2012 National Consultation Subs: Legal Aid and Consultancy Center (LACC),Forum for Protection of Peope's Rights (PPR), Center for Legal Research and Resource Development Center (CeLRRD), Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO), Forum for Women, Law and Development (FWLD), National Judicial Academy (NJA), Nepal Tamang Women's Ghedung (NTWG), Pourakhi, SAATHI, Change Nepal, Gramin Mahila Swabalamban Sansthan (GMSS), Nepal Institue of Development Studies (NIDS) $ 1,700,000.00 FY10 ESF X X X X Reduce trafficking in persons in Nepal by providing support and protection for victims of trafficking and those at risk of being trafficked; improving the ability of the judicial system and law enforcement agencies to appropriately prosecute trafficking cases; and increasing public awareness of TIP and safe migration practices to prevent future cases of TIP. Y 60 Both
USAID ASIA Philippines Visayan Forum Foundation local NGO partners $ 900,000.00 FY10 DA X X X The activities and interventions focus on: 1) Prosecution: improve the effectiveness of prosecution and increase the conviction of human traffickers by improving the capacity of frontline service providers and support activities that take into consideration the important role of victim protection in successful prosecution 2) Protection: Provide comprehensive and integrated protective services to trafficking victims to ensure they gain new life skills and will not be re-trafficked. 3) Prevention through information campaigns.
USAID ASIA various MTV Local NGO and media partners $ 600,000.00 FY06 DA X Program advances USG efforts at combating human trafficking by increasing the level of awareness amongst those
most at risk of being trafficked and those whose behavior could increase the demand for goods and services derived from human trafficking. It brings award-winning filmmakers together with Asia‘s hottest stars to raise awareness among the region‘s youth, those most at-risk of being trafficked or whose behavior encourages trafficking.
USAID ASIA Vietnam UNIAP/UNCR Bangkok CSAGA. SHARE, Blue Dragon Children Foundation $ 227,000.00 FY11 DA X X X X Document and research of victim protection and prosecution procedure. Pilot projects to improve statistics in TIP; Improve quality of shelter services in 8 shelters in VN including the development of questionnaires to determine the appropriate needs of victims; Improving services to underserved groups through local NGOs. 60 Sex
USAID ASIA Kazakhstan IOM $ 281,343.00 FY11 AEECA x x Program is assisting the five governments of Central Asia and relevant civil society actors in their efforts to respond to the problem of human trafficking through prevention and protection activities. The objectives are: (1) to prevent human trafficking through gender-mainstreamed awareness-raising campaigns on key human trafficking issues focused on national level advocacy, policy debate, and informational activities through civil society and governmental and non-governmental actors; and (2) To protect both female and male victims of trafficking through providing appropriate and comprehensive direct assistance. 36 Both
USAID ASIA Kyrgyzstan IOM $ 200,000.00 FY11 AEECA x x Program is assisting the five governments of Central Asia and relevant civil society actors in their efforts to respond to the problem of human trafficking through prevention and protection activities. The objectives are: (1) to prevent human trafficking through gender-mainstreamed awareness-raising campaigns on key human trafficking issues focused on national level advocacy, policy debate, and informational activities through civil society and governmental and non-governmental actors; and (2) To protect both female and male victims of trafficking through providing appropriate and comprehensive direct assistance. 24 Both
USAID ASIA Tajikistan IOM $ 415,000.00 FY11 AEECA x x Program is assisting the five governments of Central Asia and relevant civil society actors in their efforts to respond to the problem of human trafficking through prevention and protection activities. The objectives are: (1) to prevent human trafficking through gender-mainstreamed awareness-raising campaigns on key human trafficking issues focused on national level advocacy, policy debate, and informational activities through civil society and governmental and non-governmental actors; and (2) To protect both female and male victims of trafficking through providing appropriate and comprehensive direct assistance. 40 Both
USAID ASIA Turkmenistan IOM $ 367,932.00 FY11 AEECA x x Program is assisting the five governments of Central Asia and relevant civil society actors in their efforts to respond to the problem of human trafficking through prevention and protection activities. The objectives are: (1) to prevent human trafficking through gender-mainstreamed awareness-raising campaigns on key human trafficking issues focused on national level advocacy, policy debate, and informational activities through civil society and governmental and non-governmental actors; and (2) To protect both female and male victims of trafficking through providing appropriate and comprehensive direct assistance. 36 Both
USAID ASIA Uzbekistan IOM $ 494,784.00 FY11 AEECA x x Program is assisting the five governments of Central Asia and relevant civil society actors in their efforts to respond to the problem of human trafficking through prevention and protection activities. The objectives are: (1) to prevent human trafficking through gender-mainstreamed awareness-raising campaigns on key human trafficking issues focused on national level advocacy, policy debate, and informational activities through civil society and governmental and non-governmental actors; and (2) To protect both female and male victims of trafficking through providing appropriate and comprehensive direct assistance. 40 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Soluciones Emprendedoras por Oaxaca, A. C. $ 49,600.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Training course for women leaders in Oaxaca, encouraging them to return to the community and teach courses in self-esteem, trafficking and human rights 12 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Fundación de Apoyo Infantil Quintana Roo IAP $ 32,000.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Prevent trafficking in children and adolescents through educational strategies using teaching aids, artistic, recreational and emotional support. 12 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Casa de las Mercedes I.A.P. $ 60,000.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Prevention, Protection and Assistance for girls and boys victims of TIP in México. 12 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Asociación Oaxaqueña de Estudios Interdisciplinarios sobre Género y Derechos Humanos, A.C. $ 40,000.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Contribute to the prevention of trafficking in Oaxaca through state media campaign and a proposal to reform the local legal framework, to raise awareness about the phenomenon and reduce the chances of women and girls are recruited by networks of traffickers to be 12 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Defensoras Populares, A.C. $ 48,000.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Will seek to visualize the demand for services resulting from trafficking in persons, for women and girls for exploitation and contribute to the use of social networks to prevent the recruitment and demand through the internet. 9 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Fundación Camino a Casa, A.C. $ 40,000.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Educate young girls who suffered from commercial sexual exploitation. 10 Sex
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Fundación Infantia, A.C. $ 60,000.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x It poses a strategic alliance between the Mercedes House, Casa Alianza in coordination with IOM, FEVIMTRA to give comprehensive care, which gives social inclusion of victims of trafficking. 4 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Universidad Tecnológica de Cancún $ 72,000.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Inform the private tourism sector of the Code of Conduct in Relation to ECPAT USA and The Code.org against TP. 4 Sex
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Fondo para Niños de México, A.C $ 44,985.20 FY10/11 ES ESF x Build a program to disseminate information on TP in order to raise awareness of the population more vulnerable in some indigenous communities in Chiapas. 13 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Fundación Casa Alianza México, I.A.P. $ 60,000.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Provide specialized care for children and adolescents who are victims or are at risk of some forms of trafficking in persons for social reintegration. 12 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. Asociación para el Desarrollo Integral, A.C. $ 41,792.00 FY10/11 ES ESF x Develop a proactive strategy on the problem of trafficking in public schools, students developing skills in critical thinking, risk perception and self-protection skills, involving families in turn. 15 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. N/A $ 26,773.78 FY10/11 ES ESF x x Monitor, train and provide technical assistance to sub-grantees implementing TIP related activities 12 Both
USAID WHA Mexico MSI, a subsidiary of Coffey International , Ltd. N/A $ 13,293.77 FY10/11 ES ESF x Training and technical assistance to prosecutors on TIP-related crimes 12 Both
USAID WHA Bolivia Robert Crotty $ 2,240.00 FY11 D&C x x x TIP conference held by WHA and G/TIP La Paz. USG employee attending conference. 0 Both

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* The projects described in this document comprise only those for which funds were obligated during FY 2011 to include prior year appropriated funds and, therefore, do not represent the full extent of FY 2011 funds to monitor and combat trafficking in persons.