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Newsletter                                                                           Issue 7, August 2016

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Beneficiaries in 100 communes   receive services from eight         program partners.

32,000 individuals vulnerable to     TIP receive alternative livelihood        assistance.

2,000 service providers receive      TIP protection training.

2,000 TIP survivors receive support services, including legal assistance.

50 target communes allocate and access funds for TIP prevention    activities.

700 criminal justice personnel   receive anti-trafficking training.

150 TIP cases result in               conviction or compensation.

Counter TIP mainstreamed into Cambodian National Police   training. 

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The content of this newsletter is the sole responsibility of Winrock International and does not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

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Other Activities of the Month

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Our Partners

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· CTIP-supported Chaktomuk Short Film Festival 2016 mobilizes youth across Cambodia to submit films on trafficking and migration to raise awareness on the issues through film.

· CEDAC sets up 32 saving groups with 477 members  and 2 rice cooperatives with 43 members.

· IJM meets NGO representatives from China to discuss cross-border collaboration.

· CCPCR and Winrock train 33 survivors of trafficking on agriculture and animal raising.

· CCPCR educated 500 villagers on trafficking and migration in collaboration with local leaders.

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71 New Facebook Likes in August!

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To maintain the effective implementation and maximize the impact of USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons (CTIP) program, partners meet in program-implementer Winrock International’s office to share challenges, lessons learned, and best practices in order to facilitate learning, peer mentoring …more

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4 August 2016, Phnom Penh –  Cambodia’s leading arts and culture center, Meta House, held a Labor Trafficking Documentary night screening a number of films on the subject including ‘Where is the Horizon?‘, a documentary produced by the CTIP program on the case brought against a recruitment agency…more

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14 August 2016, Phnom Penh – ASEAN Youth Leaders Association Cambodia (AYLA Cambodia) launched its community radio program called “Radio Voice of Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons” to raise awareness and educate the public on safe migration and prevention of trafficking…more

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In November 2013, 27-year-old Srey Leap* left Phnom Penh with four other Cambodian women for China. She left her family and village for a high-paying factory job to support her family, a job that she was promised by a broker. However, when the women arrived, they were forced to marry Chinese men or pay $1,000  pay…more

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