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19511292_2003435833273387_5725272262570451194_nFirst Police Trainers Graduate from Course on Human Trafficking Investigation

30 June 2017, Kandal – At the Police Academy of Cambodia in Kandal province, Ms. Polly Dunford, Mission Director of USAID Cambodia and H.E. Chou Bun Eng, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Interior and Permanent Vice Chair of the National Committee for Countering Trafficking in Persons congratulated police trainers graduating from a two-week course on human trafficking investigation procedures…more


USAID CTIP Case Study 4 Photo copy webNew Skills Enable Vulnerable Returned Migrants to Earn Locally

May 2017, Siem Reap – Leang and Sopheap migrated to Thailand to work on fruit farms because they could not find a job in Cambodia. They returned home to take care of their elderly parents. “When we returned to Cambodia, we had difficulties to start a business with no money and no skills,” said Leang…more


20160318-cambodia-002-201603phn-cambodiafishing-2Key Players in Siem Reap Human Trafficking Network Convicted

19 May 2017, Siem Reap – On May 18, three Cambodian citizens were convicted by a Siem Reap court for trafficking six Cambodian men into the Thai fishing industry.  These convictions are an important milestone in Cambodia’s efforts to combat trafficking in persons and were made possible…more


IMG_6886Workshop Examines Implementation of Migration Policy between Thailand and Cambodia

18 May 2017, Phnom Penh – Representatives from the Cambodian government, civil society and private sector met yesterday to discuss the implementation of migration policies between Thailand and Cambodia, and to identify good practices, challenges and opportunities in this area…more


IMG_6348Partners Meet to Learn From and Strengthen Program Activities

4-5 May 2017, Phnom Penh – After working on human trafficking and migration related issues for over a year, partners of USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons program gathered for two days to share their lessons learned, best practices and key challenges…more


18301695_1964670883816549_3208373221721385957_nNCCT and Civil Society Review National Action Plan

May 3 2017, Phnom Penh – The National Committee for Counter Trafficking in Persons conducted a consultative workshop on the findings of the mid-term review of its National Action Plan 2014-2018…more


IMG_6824 copyProvincial Workshop Strengthens Collaboration to Fight Labor Trafficking

30-31 March 2017, Prey Veng – To increase knowledge and collaboration to fight labor trafficking at the provincial level, a workshop was held in Prey Veng. The workshop brought together government, civil society and community members together…more


Social Workers Trained on National Standards for Identifying Victims of Trafficking

30-31 March 2017, Phnom Penh – To strengthen the enforcement of the National Standard to Identify Victims of Human Trafficking, 50 social workers from 13 NGOs working with people vulnerable to human trafficking were trained…more


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Expert Visits CTIP to Learn About Anti-Trafficking Approaches

21 March 2017, Phnom Penh & Kampong Cham – To learn about anti-trafficking methods a USAID Thailand anti-trafficking expert visited CTIP activities in Phnom Penh and Kampong Cham…more


USAID CTIP Snapshot 10 Photo 1Local Leaders Share Lessons Learned and Plan for Sustainable Anti-Trafficking Efforts 

January 2017, Svay Rieng – Three months after being trained on trafficking and safe migration, local leaders committed to protecting their communities met in Svay Rieng province in Cambodia to share their lessons learned and create plans for community-led anti-trafficking activities….more


17098690_1923124707971167_4168843436627132943_nSurvivors and  Key Stakeholders Brought Together in Kampong Cham to Identify Solutions to Trafficking and Migrant Abuse

3 March 2017, Kampong Cham – To find solutions to human trafficking and the abuse of migrants, relevant key players including government officials, NGO representatives, human trafficking victims and returned migrants gathered to review and reflect on social and legal services …more


17021539_1920902418193396_4850627079122500192_nCTIP Works to Include and Address the Needs of Discriminated Groups

27 February-1 March 2017, Phnom Penh – To ensure marginalized groups are included and their needs addressed in counter-trafficking activities, 28 implementers of USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons program attended and took part in training on ‘Understanding Gender and Social Discrimination and Reaching Out to Discriminated Groups’…more


Winrock 5Cambodian Government Expresses Appreciation to CTIP at Counter Trafficking Reflection and Planning Meeting

24 February 2017, Phnom Penh – Samdech Kralahom Sar Kheng, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior, expressed his appreciation to USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons program implemented by Winrock International for its contribution to the National Committee for Counter Trafficking in Persons (NCCT) to combat human trafficking at all levels…more


16832401_1918132778470360_1621540292001116035_nRegional Meeting Strengthens Joint Efforts Between Thai and Cambodian NGOs

22 February 2017, Phnom Penh – To strengthen effective joint efforts between Cambodian and Thai NGOs to support Cambodian migrants in Thailand, Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW) supported by USAID‘s Cambodia Countering-in-Persons program implemented by Winrock International and The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) conducted a civil society regional meeting…more

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