Protection: Appropriate Services and Support for Victims of Trafficking

The USAID-CTIP program aims to provide victims of trafficking and underserved populations with access to high quality services through selected service provider partners. The recently finalised Guidelines on Forms and Procedures for Identification of Victims of Human Trafficking For Appropriate Service Provision represents a significant steps towards standardising victim identification, and the USAID-CTIP program will continue to support the government of Cambodia in implementing this new policy.

The program aims to provide 2,000 trafficking-in-persons survivors with holistic, community or shelter based support services, including trauma informed care, case management and legal assistance.



IMG_00152 Feb, 2016: Meeting with ADHOC Provincial Coordinator and returned migrants from Thailand in Oddor Meanchey.



IMG_00292 Feb, 2016: Meeting with victims of trafficking to China in Oddor Meanchey.



IMG_00403 Feb, 2016: Meeting with PTC Manager in Poipet, Banteay Meanchey.