“Counter-Traficking in Persons”

“Counter-Trafficking in Persons” will address the endemic issue of trafficking in Haiti while fostering a state-led and inter-agency system that protects people at risk of trafficking, meets the needs of victims and works towards creating a human rights environment that systematically precludes

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trafficking from happening.

The implementation of this activity will enable civil society and Government of Haiti institutions to work hand in hand to build on previous achievements and consolidate safeguards against this phenomenon.

Objective 1 - Improve the GOH ability to bring about public awareness of dangers, legal consequences, and various forms of trafficking in human being.

Objective 2- Increase GOH and civil society organizations’ ability to develop and implement a victim-centered system that provides protection and assistance to trafficked persons at the national and departmental levels.

Objective 3- Enable the National Counter-Trafficking Committee (NCTC), IBESR and other GOH institutions and civil society to more effectively coordinate C–TIP activities
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Agency for International Development

Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: Haiti USAID-Port Au Prince

Estimated Funding: $40,000

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