Preventing Trafficking in Persons in Cambodia

Project Title: Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Project

Economic disparities push many Cambodians to undertake risky migration plans. These plans sometimes trap migrants in servitude, or pull them into indebtedness that bonds them to unfree labor. In partnership with the Cambodian government, the private sector, and civil society organizations, the Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) project works in eight provinces assessed as hot spots for trafficking. The project builds on the government’s notable anti-trafficking initiatives, and bolsters holistic provision of services to survivors of human trafficking, while addressing the root causes of exploitation in key sectors.

Funder: USAID
Project Start: 03/22/2021
Project End: 03/21/2026
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