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May 2017, Siem Reap – A family can earn a good living by using animal raising and vegetable growing skills provided by USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons program through Winrock International and the Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture…more


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Police Commit to Applying New Techniques for Enhanced Anti-Trafficking Investigations

November 2016, Phnom Penh – Police officers received certifications for completing a training on investigative interview techniques. They committed to applying their new knowledge in practice to rescue and protect vulnerable people and victims of trafficking. Through the support of USAID’s…more


usaid-ctip-photo-caption-4-photoRice Farming System Equips Vulnerable Farmers to Triple Rice Profits and Decrease Risk of Trafficking

September 2016, Siem Reap – Villagers gather in a rice field in Siem Reap to be trained on a method for tripling rice farming profits that they will pass on to others in their villages, so that entire communities can increase their incomes to prevent unsafe migration and trafficking…more


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CTIP Quarterly Partners Meeting Provides Important Chance for Coordination & Learning

August 2016, Phnom Penh – 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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Saving Groups Address Economic Root Causes of Trafficking

July 2016, Kampong Thom – Under the shadow of a tree in a rural village in Kampong Thom, a group of women are gathering to deposit into their savings fund with smiles of hope for the future. They are members of a saving group formed by the ….more


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Cambodian Migrants Share Knowledge on and Experiences of Migration to Develop Information Service

June 2016, Banteay Meanchey – The rates of migration in Cambodia’s northern provinces are often high, with many individuals migrating to Thailand to look for work. These migrants often make their journeys will little or unreliable information…more