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 and replication of successful models to combat trafficking.
Lead by Winrock International, the CTIP program works with eight specialized local partners who implement CTIP activities in the areas of prevention, protection and prosecution. These partnerships are key, drawing on the strengths and knowledge of expert organizations, preventing duplication of efforts and maximizing the impact of the CTIP program. The eight CTIP partners have different areas of focus and expertise, but all share a common vision: to end human trafficking in Cambodia through innovative and sustainable solutions.
Regular partners meetings are an important part of the CTIP program, providing an opportunity for partners to share challenges, best practices and lessons learned for a more effective anti-trafficking effort.
CTIP partners meetings are held every three months with separate meetings for partners working on prevention, protection and prosecution activities.