Snapshots and Success Stories

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

usaid-ctip-snapshot-9-photo-2-copyGovernment Recognizes Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons Program Contributions to National Anti-Human Trafficking Day

December 2016, nationwide – Celebrations took place across Cambodia for the 12 December National Anti-Human Trafficking Day, lead by the government and supported by NGOs including USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons (CTIP) program implemented…more

usaid-ctip-snapshot-8-photo-1-copySurvivors of Human Trafficking Heal Through Filmmaking Project for Short Film Festival

October-November 2016, Siem Reap & Phnom Penh – Survivors of human trafficking were empowered to express themselves and heal through creating short films on the topic of human trafficking and migration for the Chaktomuk Short Film Festival 2016 (CSFF), Cambodia’s largest annual short film festival. The group of survivors created short films based on their and other’s experiences of human trafficking and migration…more

usaid-ctip-snapshot-7-photo-1-copyEmployment Platform for Low and Unskilled Workers Provides Trusted Local Job Information as an Alternative to Risky Migration

19 October 2016, Phnom Penh – An innovative employment service for low and unskilled workers that aims to provide information on safe local jobs as an alternative to unsafe migration has been launched in Cambodia. The platform, ‘Bong Pheak’, was developed by Open Institute, a partner of USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons program…more


Forum Empowers Human Trafficking Survivors to Make Recommendations to Policymakers & NGOs

25-27 September 2016, Siem Reap – A group of human trafficking survivors from across Cambodia came together for a three-day ‘Voices of Human Trafficking Survivors Forum’ between the 25-27 September to express their expert opinions on key anti-trafficking issues, evaluate services for survivors and voice their recommendations on anti-trafficking programs and policy…more


Survivors of Labor Trafficking Receive Support to Pursue Safe and Sustainable Income Sources

August 2016, Phnom Penh – With the support of USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons (CTIP) program carried out in partnership with Winrock International, the Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children’s Rights (CCPCR) has reintegrated 15 survivors of labor trafficking and exploitation back to their communities in August…more

USAID CTIP Snapshot 4 Photo 2Local Youth Organization Launches Radio Show to Raise Awareness on Trafficking With Support From CTIP

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

USAID CTIP Snapshot 3 Photo 1CTIP Secures Second Chance at Education for 22 Trafficked Children Forced to Beg in Vietnam

July 2016, Bavet and Svay Rieng – 33 Cambodians, including 22 trafficked children, were repatriated from Vietnam by the Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children’s Rights (CCPCR), a partner of USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) program implemented by Winrock International in collaboration…more

Repatriation Snapshot Pic 1Collaborative Effort Leads to Successful Repatriation of 54 Cambodian Men Trafficked to Fishing Boats

June 2016, Phnom Penh – Four months after being trafficked to Thai fishing boats where they were forced to work in exploitative conditions, 54 Cambodian men were, at last, rescued and returned home to Cambodia. Their safe return was the result of strong collaboration…more

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Chinese Photographer Shares Powerful Images of Cambodian Bride to Prevent Trafficking

May 2016, Phnom Penh – While working on a story about Cambodian women who were trafficked to China for marriage in 2014, 25-year-old Chinese documentary photographer Yan Cong met a Cambodian woman named Buntha in Jiangxi province, China…more

201504-CTIP_headerA Village Strongly Commits to Providing Availability of Rice to All