USAID launched a Counter-Trafficking in Persons (C-TIP) Policy to reinvigorate and further focus the agency’s C-TIP efforts. The policy emphasizes five key objectives:

  • Integration of C-TIP activities into broader development programs
  • Rigorous research on C-TIP programming through surveys and impact evaluations
  • Institutional accountability within USAID to combat trafficking
  • Investments in critical trafficking challenge countries
  • Increase C-TIP activities in conflict and crisis-affected areas
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