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  • Prevention of Trafficking in Children, Youth and Women in Myanmar and Support for the Return and Reintegration of Trafficked Victims

    Reference

    2007/130550 - AENEAS

    ountries/Regions

    Myanmar

    Promoter

    World Vision, United Kingdom

    Budget

    675.000€ (540.000 € of EU contribution)

    Timeframe

    2007 – 2010

    Partners

    University Christian Work (Myanmar SCM), The Myanmar Council of Churches,  Yangon Kayin Baptist Women’s Association

    Objectives and results

    The overall objective of this initiative was to reduce the number of persons trafficked for sexual, labour or other forms of exploitation within Myanmar and from Myanmar to neighbouring countries such as Thailand, China and India..

    The project's aimed to strengthen partnerships with international, national and local stakeholders enabling them to share information and lessons learned and to feed them into anti-trafficking initiatives. An annual situational analysis on the trends and patterns of trafficking was also made available.

    Moreover, some communication and educational materials were developed and disseminated at community level and assistance was provided to trafficking victims involved in prosecutions.

    Publications and other resources

    Traffick report: Myanmar

    Further information

    World vision - info@worldvision.org.uk

    Ms. Rachel Hunt, Grant Management Officer, International Programmes, World Vision - rachel.hunt@worldvision.org.uk

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