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Fact Sheet
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
Washington, DC
April 23, 2007

U.S. Government Anti-Trafficking in Persons Obligated Project Funding (Fiscal Year 2006)

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U.S. Government Anti-Trafficking in Persons Obligated Project Funding (Fiscal Year 2006)

Pie chart shows the relationship between 70 domestic projects, $28,553,963 - 28 percent and 154 international projects in 70 countries, $74,018,622 - 72 percent. Overall funding totaled $102,572,585.

The first pie chart shows the relationship between domestic and international U.S. Government anti-trafficking in persons obligated project funding for Fiscal Year 2006. There were 70 domestic anti-trafficking in persons projects funded in Fiscal Year 2006, representing 28 percent, or $28,553,963, of the total amount. There were 154 international anti-trafficking in persons projects funded in 70 countries in Fiscal Year 2006, representing 72 percent, or $74,018,622, of the total amount. Overall funding totaled $102,572,585.

U.S. Government Anti-Trafficking in Persons Obligated International Project Funding by Region (Fiscal Year 2006)

 

Pie chart shows project funding by region and percentage: Western Hemisphere - 24 percent; Africa - 17 percent; East Asia and the Pacific - 17 percent; Europe and Eurasia - 22 percent; Near East - 0 percent; South and Central Asia - 15 percent; Global - 5 percent

This pie chart shows the Fiscal Year 2006 anti-trafficking in persons international project funding broken down by region and percentage: 24 percent of all projects were funded in the Western Hemisphere; 17 percent in Africa; 17 percent in East Asia and the Pacific; 22 percent in Europe and Eurasia; 0 percent in the Near East; 15 percent in South and Central Asia; and, 5 percent of all international anti-TIP projects were global in nature.

U.S. Government Agency Obligations for Anti-Trafficking in Persons Projects (Fiscal Year 2006)

 

Pie chart shows the breakdown in funding by USG agency: Dept of Labor - 27 percent; Dept of State - 18 percent; Health and Human Services - 9 percent; USAID - 27 percent; and Dept of Justice - 19 percent.

Several U.S. Government agencies fund anti-trafficking in persons projects. This pie chart shows the breakdown in funding by U.S. Government agency. The breakdown is as follows: 27 percent from the Department of Labor; 18 percent from the Department of State; 9 percent from Health and Human Services; 27 percent from the United States Agency for International Development; and 19 percent from the Department of Justice. This pie chart includes all anti-trafficking in persons obligations for both domestic and international projects in Fiscal Year 2006. Please note that Department of Labor's anti-trafficking projects address human trafficking as a central focus of the project, as one component of the project, or as an issue within the overall context of the project.

U.S. Government Anti-Trafficking in Persons Obligated Project Funding by Type of Trafficking (Fiscal Year 2006)

Pie chart depicts USG anti-TIP project funding by type of trafficking: sex trafficking -  9 percent;  labor trafficking - 5 percent; and both labor trafficking and sex trafficking - 86 percent

U.S. Government anti-trafficking in persons projects may focus on combating a particular type of trafficking. This last pie chart depicts U.S. government anti-trafficking in persons project funding by type of trafficking: 9 percent of all project funding focused on combating sex trafficking; 5 percent focused on labor trafficking; and 86 percent of project funding focused on both labor trafficking and sex trafficking. This pie chart shows that a majority of TIP projects cover both labor and sex trafficking.



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