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USAID Asia Counter Trafficking in Persons (CTIP)

Complex problems require transcendent solutions, ones that span borders and sectors. Human trafficking is such a problem, and the USAID Asia Counter Trafficking in Persons program (USAID Asia CTIP) is such a solution. USAID Asia CTIP is a regional activity that focuses on transnational and regional challenges to combat human trafficking. The program aims to reduce the trafficking of persons in Asia through a coordinated and consolidated action by governments, civil society and business that will foster cross-border cooperation, develop opportunities for private-sector leadership and improve the quality of data associated with human trafficking.

Funder: USAID

Project Timeline: December 21, 2016 - September 30, 2026

Countries: Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and Bangladesh

Program Areas: Human Rights, Education and Empowerment , Education, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion and Countering Trafficking in Persons (TIP)

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Project Impact

$21.5 Million grant amount

30 Partners

18 Countries eligible in Asia

The Integrating Gender and Social Inclusion into Counter-Trafficking Programming Toolkit was developed by a team of gender and social inclusion experts using a participatory process under the USAID Asia Counter-Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) project. The Toolkit responds to the needs of practitioners to strengthen how they work on GESI in safe migration and trafficking in persons (TIP) initiatives.

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 Year Five (2020) of the project. This Toolkit aims to provide rapid and bespoke monitoring and evaluation (M&E) support for counter-trafficking civil society organizations (CSOs).