With the long-term aim of adopting higher standards and harmonization in measuring CTIP impact and results, USAID Asia CTIP launched the online MEL Toolkit in the Year Five (2020) of the project. The Toolkit aims to provide an easy to access location for USG standard indicators, 18 original CTIP indicators with indicator reference sheets and links to tools; four new tools to help guide indicator and MEL plan design; a long list of publicly available project indicators and pre-existing guidance; and five annotated bibliographies that serve as a resource library. In Year Seven of the project, USAID Asia CTIP partnered with the University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab to embark on a MEL toolkit expansion. Over 350 publicly available indicators used in counter-trafficking will be collated, reviewed, revised and added to the Toolkit. The expanded MEL Toolkit is expected to become publicly available at the end of 2022.