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U.S. Government Funds Obligated in FY2005 for Anti-Trafficking in Persons Projects

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DOS/GTIP AF ANGOLA EMBASSY PAS LAR KUJOLE   x     Embassy Luanda with LAR KUJOLE, a home for former prostitutes and LAR DO PADRE IGNACIO, a home for street boys will work together to prevent victimization. $12,000
DOS/GTIP AF BENIN AF/EX Community of Salesian Sisters   x     Conduct sensitization on domestic servitude, trafficking in high-risk rual areas. $12,000
DOS/GTIP AF BENIN Catholic Relief Services Caritas   x x   Catholic Relief Services will support 15 vocational training centers run by Caritas with additional equipment and materials to assist former victims and those at risk for trafficking. $156,476
DOS/GTIP AF BENIN World Learning     x x   World Learning will strengthen local capacity to educate and raise public awareness and provide services to victims and those at risk for trafficking in 35 villages. $159,982
USAID AF Benin UNICEF   x x   x To conduct a baseline study of trafficking, strengthen government surveillance and monitoring capacity, refer and reintegrate victims and raise awareness. $350,000
DOS/GTIP AF BOTSWANA AF/EX CHILDLINE   x x   To conduct 2-day workshops in 15 rural areas reaching approx, 50 community members, in addition to students and teachers of the local schools. $25,000
DOS/GTIP AF BURKINA FASO AF/EX SOS-Sahel International Burkina Faso         SOS-Sahel will work in the province of Noumbiel to sensitize and educate at-risk populations and the community, assist with the reintegration of victims back into society, and address key risk factors. A regional shelter will be established that can house. $100,000
DOS/GTIP AF BURKINA FASO AF/EX Association Managre nooma Pour la Protection des Orphelines (AMPO)   x x   AMPO will translate a series of short anti-trafficking films into the local Dioula and Moore languages. $3,320
DOS/GTIP AF BURKINA FASO AF/EX Groupe de Recherche - Action pour un Developpement Endogene de la Femme Rurale du Burkina (GRADE-FRB)   x x   GRADE-FRB will support an awareness campaign with teachers, produce radio and television sensitivity spots. $8,600
DOS/GTIP AF BURUNDI AF/EX Kamente Youth Center and Maison Shalom   x x   Kamente Youth Center and Maison Shalom will reintegrate demobilized child soldiers. $12,000
DOS/GTIP AF CAMEROON AF/EX     x     Child Trafficking Reduction Support Project; To produce dissemination packages on legal framework governing child labor, rights and responsibilities in Cameroon; Train community based communicators in the design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation. $80,000
DOS/GTIP AF CAMEROON AF/EX Ctr. For Rural and Urban Transformation and the Ctr. For Human Rights and Peace Advocacy.   x     Information about trafficking through radio and newspaper; prevent trafficking through sensitization and civic education campaigns. $12,000
DOS/GTIP AF CHAD UNICEF/Ministry of Justice           Creation of a child protection network to carry out rescue and rehabilitation of 1500 child herders, and 500 child domestics and 500 victims of commercial sexual exploitation. Training of Prosecutors. $180,000
DOS/GTIP AF CHAD AF/EX Nagriam Yohoam   x x x Support a film project on child herders to raise awareness about the dangers of child trafficking. $12,555
DOS/GTIP AF CONGO (DRC) UNICEF     x x   Reintegration of abductees and dependents in DRC. $18,000
DOS/GTIP AF COTE D'IVOIRE ILO National Committee for the Fight against Trafficking and Child Exploitation         ILO will set up NCFTCE in the thirteen regions of Ivory Coast , identify and train local partners to sensitize them to TIP, carry our regional public awareness campaigns to prevent TIP, and create a database to track TIP. $250,000
DOS/GTIP AF COTE D'IVOIRE AF/EX Cote d'Ivoire Prosperite   x x x Cote D'Ivoire Prosperite will assist women trafficked into sexual exploitation with vocational and literacy training. The NGO will also expand their outreach efforts to sensitize victims, those at risk, and the community of trafficking. $21,500
USAID AF DRC UNICEF   x x     To reintegrate abductees and dependents into communities and sensitize demobilized ex- combatants on the impacts of gender-based violence. $500,000
DOS/GTIP AF EQUATORIAL GUINEA AF/EX UNICEF   x     Emphasis will be on partnerships and networking among traditional leaders about confronting the problem of trafficking. $8,000
DOS/GTIP AF ETHIOPIA AF/EX Ministry of Justice   x     The Ministry of Justice will host rural seminars to raise awareness and sensitze at-risk populations about trafficking. $20,000
USAID AF Ethiopia IOM Good Samaritan Association x x x   To expand return and reintegration activities and strengthen government and civil society capacity for legislative reform, protection and prosecution. $345,000
DOS/GTIP AF GABON UNICEF Caritas   x x   Support a transit center for trafficking victims that includes social sercies and education programs tailored to victims' specific needs. $120,000
DOS/GTIP AF GABON UNICEF Caritas   x x   Furniture, kitchen equipment & bedding for center. $18,000
DOS/GTIP AF GHANA AF/EX Women's Development Initiative   x     Conduct 16 sensitization workshops targeting six secondary schools and two vocational insititutions and three artisan groups. $12,000
DOS/PRM AF Ghana IOM     x   x Counselling, transportation, family tracing and reunification for child victims reintegration assistance in province/country of origin. $300,000
DOS/GTIP AF GUINEA UNICEF           Who Is this Child? UNICEF public awareness campaign targeting parents, communities, port and airport officials and children. Messages and activities will be conducted in local languages and will also include schools, mosques, women's organizations, churches. $100,000
DOS/GTIP AF GUINEA AF/EX The Child at Risk/Family Placement and Adoption (SEDPA)   x     SEDPA will link grassroots workers in five key cities to the government's national program against trafficking as well as target parents and employers about trafficking. $5,200
DOS/GTIP AF GUINEA AF/EX Action Against the Exploitation of Women and Children (ACEEF)   x x   ACEEF will identify and assist at least 50 victims or those at risk of trafficking in Conakry. $6,400
DOS/GTIP AF KENYA AF/EX SOLWODI         SOLWODI proposes to implement a comprehensive project to prevent trafficking of women and children, rescue those in sexual exploitation, and provide them training/assistance. $100,000
DOS/GTIP AF KENYA EMBASSY PAS     x     Embassy will host an anti-trafficking workshop and conduct follow up activities to augment anti-trafficking activities in Kenya. $18,000
DOS/GTIP AF MADAGASCAR UNICEF and Catholic Relief Services Ministries of Population, Tourism, and Education         CRS will conduct an in-depth study of sex and labor trafficking in Madagascar with a focus on exploitative child labor. Project will support a nationwide anti-TIP campaign. Min. of will evaluate the nature and extent of sex tourism. Min. of Education will participate in study. $276,476
DOS/GTIP AF MADAGASCAR Embassy through AF/ES Police Commissioner   x     Publishing and dissemination of a book on trafficking written by the Police Commissioner about the legal framework, victim protection, victim-friendly techniques. $18,000
DOS/GTIP AF MADAGASCAR Catholic Relief Services     x x x Catholic Relief Services will provide assistance to over 100 victims of trafficking and reach out to those at risk in Nosy Be and Toamasina. $156,476
USAID AF Madagascar TBD   x x x   Strengthen local civil society organizations' organizational, advocacy and service delivery capacity, increase information about trafficking, and improve government capacity to institute policy change.(includes EGAT/WID funding). $400,000
DOS/GTIP AF MALAWI AF/EX Anti-Kupimbira Youth Organization (AKYO)   x x   Organization to stop Kupimbira - forced informal marriage of girls in exchange for debt settlement and cattle from a suitor. $18,000
USAID AF Mali Population Media Center   x       To fully fund the existing program involving use of radio drama to disseminate information on trafficking in persons. $60,000
DOS/GTIP AF MAURITANIA AF/EX World Advocates, Noura Foundation, CARITAS         The NGO recipients will expand the quality and scope of services for TIP victims. In Nouakchott, World Advocates will expand a shelter for talibes. Nouras and Caritas will provide vocational training skills to women and children. $100,000
DOS/GTIP AF MAURITANIA AF/EX SOS-Esclaves   x     Improve awareness through assessment of trafficking patterns. $18,000
DOS/GTIP AF MAURITIUS Embassy PAS Soroptomist   x     Embassy and Soroptimists will host a two-day seminar on child trafficking to build public and government understanding of trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children. $12,000
DOS/GTIP AF MOZAMBIQUE AF/EX Institute For Civic Education     x   Transit and reintegration assistance for minors and women.
 
$12,000
DOS/PRM AF Mozambique IOM   x       Assessment study on trafficking corridors; counter-trafficking initiatives such as information campaigns; efforts to address the problem of trafficked women along the Maputo-Johannesburg migration corridor. $110,000
DOL/ILAB AF Mozambique American Institutes for Research   x       This project will remove children from prostitution and other worst forms of child labor, and provide them educational services. The project will also conduct a survey of children exploited in prostitution, as well as a probe of child trafficking as part of an in-depth study of children in domestic work in urban and rural areas. The results of both studies will be shared with the Government of Mozambique and other stakeholders. $3,000,000
USAID AF Mozambique Chemonics   x   x   To build on an existing activity of the Women's Legal Rights Initiative (sponsored by the WID office) to support a nascent anti-trafficking working group, raise public awareness, and support legislative reform. $250,000
DOS/GTIP AF NIGER UNICEF ANDDH         UNICEF and ANDDH will work in targeted cities and towns to identify TIP victims, provide victims with safe shelter, basic medical care, and training that will help victims become self-sufficient and prevent re-victimization. $100,000
DOS/GTIP AF NIGER AF/EX Caritas   x x x Caritas will examine trafficking in the zone of Makalondi in the Tillaberi district, assist victims and provide them counseling, vocational training, and reintegration assistance. $13,000
DOL/ILAB AF Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   x       The project will target children at risk of or already engaged in hazardous child labor in small-scale gold mining. The project will provide educational and/or training services to children as a strategy for preventing them from engaging in labor and will also use education as a means for withdrawing children from work. Although there has been no documentation of child trafficking in this region, it seems likely to exist, as there is considerable cross-border movement in this border region known as the "migration corridor" to the Niger and Burkina Faso gold mines. The project will conduct studies to shed light on child trafficking in this region and incorporate appropriate responses into its strategy. $3,000,000
DOS/GTIP AF NIGERIA AF/EX Royal Pearls Foundation x x     The Royal Pearls Foundation will work with the Akwa Ibom State Ministry of Women and Social Development to raise awareness of trafficking. The project also includes the production and airing of anti-trafficking radio advertisements and job training. $5,000
DOS/GTIP AF NIGERIA AF/EX International Press Center   x     The International Press Center in Lagos will conduct seminars for the media to understand trafficking Nigeria and ensure wider coverage of TIP incidents and issues. IPC will also conduct workshops for the government and NGOs on effective use of the media. $4,000
DOS/GTIP AF NIGERIA AF/EX Community Partners for Development and the Center for Law Enforcement Education   x     CPD and CLEEN will establish a network of peer facilitators who will raise awareness among Youths in Akwa Ibom State. $4,000
DOS/GTIP AF NIGERIA AF/EX Network for Justice and Democracy   x     Increase public awareness through collaboration with the Edo State government. $5,000
DOS/GTIP AF RWANDA AF/EX (INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE (IRC); SHARING-RWANDA; and ACTION FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE IN AFRICA (ADPA)         IRC will provide the foundation for a comprehensive decentralized community-based welfare and protection system, which will build upon the resilience of the Rwandan people to help themselves and to protect community members from all forms of exploitation. $112,000
DOS/GTIP AF SENEGAL AF/EX GOS, TOSTAN, ATT, L'Avenir des Enfants, RADDHO, ENDA Eccopop         Project will increase services provided to child trafficking victims, support a public awarness campaign, and assist the GOS to establish an anti-TIP Office. $200,000
DOS/GTIP AF SENEGAL AF/EX ENDA Sante   x     ENDA Sante will conduct a ten-month study on women in commercial sexual exploitation in Dakar, Mbour, St. Louis, Cap Skiring, and Tambacounda. $18,000
DOS/GTIP AF SIERRA LEONE UNICEF           UNICEF will conduct advocacy and sensitzation campaigns in all sectors of the country, assist in the creation of a national inter-ministerial policy on TIP, host four regional stakeholder consultations, and develop national standards for service provision. $100,000
DOS/GTIP AF SIERRA LEONE AF/EX UNICEF   x     UNICEF will conduct a nationwide public awareness campaign that specifically targets parents, community leaders, children and service providers. $18,000
DOS/GTIP AF SIERRA LEONE, LIBERIA FAITH Consortium     x x x Second year funding to Faith Consortium to continue raising awareness of trafficking in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Faith Consortium will also continue working with government officials, law enforcement, NGOs, international organizations, community and religious leaders to build understanding and capacity to fight trafficking. $513,899
DOL/ILAB AF Sierra Leone, Liberia International Rescue Committee   x       In both countries, manYES children are victims of or at-risk of trafficking from rural to urban areas and to diamond mining areas for purposes of sexual exploitation and forced labor. The project will remove children from the worst forms of child labor, strengthen and link national and local systems for monitoring and supporting education and eliminating exploitive child labor, and assist local partners with developing individual child tracking and project monitoring sYESstems, including self-evaluation tools. $6,000,000
DOS/GTIP AF SOUTH AFRICA EMBASSY PAS Saartjie Baartman Center   x x   Upgrade perimeter security, refencing the site, installing gates and extending shelter capacity. $12,000
DOS/ECA AF South Africa Fulbright US Scholar   x       Child Abuse and Abduction; Trafficking in Children $41,420
DOS/GTIP AF SUDAN EMBASSY PAS     x     Embassy's public affairs section will work with the local, independent media-training organization, Teeba Press to how four two-day workshops for Sudanese journalists and public information/press officers. $21,500
DOS/GTIP AF TANZANIA EMBASSY PAS Domestic Conservation, hotel Worker's Union (CHODAWU)   x   x CHODAWU will provide counseling to child trafficking victims and return 250 exploited children to their home villages in Tanzania or Kenya. $20,000
DOL/ILAB AF Tanzania International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   x       This second phase project will assist Tanzania in making further progress toward achieving its goal of eliminating the worst forms of child labor in the country in the target sectors of commercial sexual exploitation, mining, domestic work, commercial agriculture, and fishing. The project will help build local capacity to address child labor and support direct action programs that serve children and families in-need. $4,871,097
HHS/CDC AF Tanzania National AIDS Control Programme, Ministry of Health IOM and others TBD x       Tanzania will utilize the existing in-country HIV/AIDS prevention infrastructure to deter trafficking by establishing programs that provide public awareness, particularly among potential victims of trafficking, of the dangers and risks of trafficking, including the susceptibility to infectious diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, and the protections that are available for victims of trafficking. $500,000
DOS/GTIP AF TANZANIA, UGANDA, KENYA American Bar Association Africa     x   x Second year funding to ABA Africa to build capacity of prosecutors, police, judges, and civil society to combat trafficking in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. ABA Africa will also continue working to forge regional collaboration. $596,559
DOS/GTIP AF THE GAMBIA AF/EX Shelter for Children and Child Protection Alliance   x     Support awareness raising activities, including radio and TV campaigns, in The Gambia; also one-day conference on best practices to combat trafficking. $12,000
DOS/GTIP AF TOGO AF/EX UNICEF   x     UNICEF together with the Ministry of Social Affairs will develop and produce a variety of print, radio, and televison advertisements that will address trafficking in Togo. $12,000
DOS/GTIP AF UGANDA International Rescue Committee     x x   IRC will strengthen reunification and follow up interventions for trafficking victims abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army in Northern Uganda. IRC will accompany former abductees and ensure their safety during reunification. This project will provide follow up to 660 formerly abducted children and adults reunified in Kitgum and Pader districts. $160,000
DOS/GTIP AF UGANDA EMBASSY PAS Busia Compassionate Friends x x     The Busia Compassionate Friends will provide victim assistance to sexually exploited children by providing vocational training activities and formal education. In addition to victim assistance, they will conduct three workshops for community leaders, parents, and teachers to raise awareness of trafficking. $12,000
USAID AF Uganda GUSCO child center, Gulu, KICWA child center, Kitgum; Concerned Parents Association, Kitgum; ACCAN center, Soroti   x x     To provide direct financial support to reception centers in three war-affected districts. $295,000
DOS/GTIP AF ZAMBIA AF/EX Zambia Police Victims Support Unit x       Provide child friendly interview rooms, public awareness and capacity building for officers. $150,000
DOS/GTIP AF ZAMBIA AF/EX Windows Images - Media in Development (WIMDEV)   x     Media organization to implement a public information campaign. $18,000
DOS/GTIP AF ZIMBABWE AF/EX Girl Child Network   x x   Eradicate abuses against girls and providing support for those victimized. $18,000
DOS/GTIP EAP CAMBODIA WORLD VISION   x       Continuation of FY03 grant to provide additional trainings and billboards to deter child sex tourism $79,625
DOS/PRM EAP Cambodia IOM     x   x Support for the Poipet Transit Center; reintegration assistance for victims into their communities of origin. $250,000
DOS/GTIP EAP CHINA ILO     x x x ILO will work in China to strengthen the law and policy framework of forced labor; develop an integrated pilot progrm to prevent trafficking; work with recruitment agencies; and enhance communication/coordination between China and destination countries. $300,000
DOS/GTIP EAP EAST TIMOR IOM ALOLA FOUNDATION x   x   EXTENSIVE TRAINING AND AWARENESS RAISING WITHIN LAW ENFORCEMEN AGENCIES, CIVIL SOCIETY AND PUBLIC. $150,000
DOS/GTIP EAP INDONESIA USAID TAF   x     ENGAGING LEADERS OF MUSLIM ORGANIZATIONS VIA NATIONAL CAMPAIGN. $175,017
DOS/GTIP EAP INDONESIA DOJ, International Criminal Investigation Training and Assistance Program   x x x   DOJ ICITAP program. Law enforcement capacity building: 1) Develop five new additional Indonesian National Police TIP satellite offices in addition to the five pilot offices already established; and 2) Develop a model Anti-Trafficking Task Force that is suitable to the cultural needs and conditions found in Indonesia. $1,000,000
DOL/ILAB EAP Indonesia Save the Children Federation, USA   x       This project will aim to reduce the number of Youths involved in or at risk of entering hazardous and exploitative labor in post-tsunami environment in Aceh. The program intends to reach children with nonformal education services that address the challenges facing out-of-school who are in or at risk of entering hazardous labor. The assistance will provide books, materials, supplies and free tuition to children so as to increase their access to non-formal education, and contribute to preventing them from entering hazardous and exploitative labor in target subdistricts. Since children are believed to be more vulnerable to trafficking in the post-disaster environment, the project is studying the issue of child trafficking in Aceh and will incorporate appropriate responses into its strategy. $2,500,000
DOS/GTIP EAP JAPAN Polaris Project   x x x   Second year funding to Polaris to continue their work in improving regional cooperation in fighting trafficking. $452,402
DOS/ECA EAP Laos Ms. Chittaphone Santavasy IIE - Humphrey program x       policy and prevention for anti-trafficking in children $60,000
DOS/PRM EAP Malaysia IOM     x     Protection and return and reintegration assistance to victims of trafficking in Malaysia; development of an inter-agency referral network. $215,000
DOS/PRM EAP Mekong Region (Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietam, Myanmar, China/Sunnan Province) IOM     x   x Pre-return, transportation, and reintegration assistance to TIP victims; capacity building activities. $287,286
DOS/GTIP EAP Mekong Subregion World Vision   x x x   Second year funding to raise awareness, build capacity of victim service organizations and train law enforcement. $452,402
DOL/ILAB EAP Mongolia International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   x       This project aims to strengthen the policy response for national action against the worst forms of child labor and to provide services to children withdrawn from or at-risk of entering exploitative labor situations. The Timebound Program comprises a set of comprehensive and integrated initiatives to show visible results in the elimination of the worst forms of child labor and promotion of basic education in the country in a 5-10 year period. This project has a component to address commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC), particularly children who have run away from home and are found in urban areas and towns. The project will withdraw children from commercial sexual exploitation, and provide rehabilitation and reintegration services. $2,900,000
DOS/GTIP EAP PHILIPPINES USAID ACILS   x     ENCHANCE THE CAPACITY OF LOCAL AND NATIONAL GOVT AGENCIES AND CIVIL SOCIETY AND REHABILIATION AND REINTEGRATION OF ACTUAL VICTIMS. $200,000
DOS/GTIP EAP PHILIPPINES USAID VISAYAN FORUM FOUNDATION   x x   THREE HALFWAY HOUSES IN STRATEGIC PORTS ACROSS THE COUNTRYS TO INTERCEPT TRAFFICKERS AND RESCUE POTENTIAL VICTIMS. $149,000
DOS/EAP EAP Philippines DAWN (Development Action Womens' Network)   x x   x This project is a comprehensive approach to address issues, needs and concerns of women migrant workers, especially those who become victims of trafficking or exploitation once in Japan, and their Japanese-Filipino children. $36,000
USAID EAP Philippines MSI   x   x   Training of prosecutors and judges, including production and distribution of a TIP bench book to all regional trial court judges; continue and expand awareness raising "Roadshow Against Trafficking." $211,505
USAID EAP Philippines Visayan Forum Foundation   x x x   To work with local partners to provide protection and services to about 500 victims and to build capacity of local partner organizations including in surveillance detection, arrest, investigation and prosecution of trafficking cases. $288,495
DOS/GTIP EAP SOUTH KOREA SAGE   x x     PROVIDE TECH ASSISTANCE AND TRAINING TO KOREAN GOVT OFFICIALS AND CIVIL SOCIETY ON TRAUMA AND EXPLOITATION RECOVERY PROGRAMS; ALSO ADDRESS DEMAND SIDE OF TIP VIA "JOHNS SCHOOLS." $150,000
DOS/GTIP EAP THAILAND Government of Thailand Center For Protection of Children's Rights   x x x Train officials and NGOs on Child Protection Act and national MOU on treating trafficking victims, skill development for officials/NGOs from Cambodia, Laos, PRC and Vietnam, and conduct rescue operations. $123,780
DOS/GTIP EAP THAILAND Government of Thailand Hotline Foundation   x x   NGO will train 720 law enforcement, social workers, and shelter staff in counseling techniques for sexual assault and trafficking cases in 24 provinces in Thailand. $100,000
DOS/EAP EAP Thailand The Mirror Foundation   x x     The Mirror Art Group aims to establish the Anti-trafficking Counseling and Assistance Center to help reduce the risk of people from the communities with which they work falling victim to exploitation and human trafficking. $15,000
DOS/PRM EAP Thailand IOM   x x   x Provision of psychosocial assistance and skill development to TIP victims awaiting repatriation; dissemination of preventive video. $113,000
DOS/ECA EAP Thailand Mrs. Rattana Nontapattamadul IIE - Humphrey program x       building capacity in combatting trafficking in persons $60,000
DOS/GTIP EAP VIETNAM TAF     x x x Builds on a previous TAF program in An Giang and Quang Ninh Provinces to raise awareness about trafficking; promote regional cooperation by bringing together provincial, local, and border provinces in Cambodia and Vietnam. $300,000
DOS/PRM EAP Vietnam IOM   x x   x Awareness-raising through the Vietnamese Women's Unions; on-the-job training for women at high risk of being trafficked and for returning victims; capacity building of government and NGOs. $120,000
DOS/ECA EAP Vietnam Mr. Duc Truong IIE - Humphrey program x       combatting trafficking in women and children $60,000
USAID EUR Albania Terre des hommes Arsis x x   x Three year comprehensive program addressing the trafficking of children from Albania to Greece and focusing on prevention, protection, assisted voluntary return, reintegration and coordination of anti-trafficking efforts. $500,000
USAID EUR Albania Creative Associates 23 subgrantees x x   x Three year comprehensive program addressing the problem of trafficking of women and children in Albania. Focus on prevention and reintegration through sub grant activities. Coordination of anti-trafficking efforts by NGO and governmental actors. $1,885,967
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Armenia EGO Young Psychologists NGO   x       The goal of the proposed project is to raise awareness among orphanage children/graduates and staff on trafficking through age-appropriate trainings. $17,525
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Armenia IOM   x x     Developing capacities within civil society for assisting victims, of trafficking; strengthening public support and invlovement in combatting trafficking; strengthening interacting between government and civil society. $200,000
DOS/EUR EUR Azerbaijan DOJ/OPDAT   x x x   DOJ Resident Legal Advisor (RLA) assists in implementation of anti-TIP National ActionPlan and anti-TIP legislatino; RLA and DOJ consult with Azeri officials on TIP legislation and enforcement issues $225,000
DOS/EUR EUR Azerbaijan DOJ/OPDAT   x x x   OPDAT- A US Study Tour for Azeri law enforcement officials and NGO representatives focused on effective TIP investigation and prosecution techniques as well as NGO advocacy work and victim's services was conducted in October 2005. $90,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Azerbaijan Post ($220,000) and ICITAP ($30,000)   x x x   Post -- U.S. Based Study Tour for Azeri NGOs to meet U.S. NGOs to hear about advocacy work and victim's services. Also, the Azeri NGOs will meet with DOJ to learn about prosecution and the role of U.S. government agencies.
ICITAP -- A TDY Advisor will spend three months with the MOIA to assist with the development of a standardized vetting procedure in the creation of an anti-TIP unit.
$250,000
DOS/PRM EUR Belarus IOM   x x   x Assistance for TIP victims; development of civil society role in combating trafficking; capacity-building training at the technical level. $85,000
USAID EUR Belarus IOM   x x     Two year program that includes awareness raising among vulnerable women, job skills/entrepreneurship training , victim reintegration assistance, NGO capacity building and cross-border cooperation., $997,270
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Bosnia and Herzegovina Lara Women's Organization of Bijeljina   x       The Lara Women's Organization of Bijeljina received funds to launch a campaign to raise public awareness about the huge trafficking problem in BiH, especially the growing problem of trafficked BiH girls. $23,250
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Bosnia and Herzegovina Forma F of Mostar   x       Forma F of Mostar received funds to raise public awareness about the status and role of women in BiH society by providing information about laws on gender equity and their implementation, as well as information on trafficking issues in Bosnia and Herzegovina. $18,142
USAID EUR Bosnia Herzegovina IOM, local NGOs     x     Provides additional resources to ensure operation of safe houses for six months until a new project begins to provide support for shelters and safe houses. $100,000
DOS/ECA EUR Bulgaria Fulbright US Student   x       Human Trafficking in Bulgaria: Collaborative Prevention Efforts $14,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Bulgaria Citizen's Activity Association   x       The project 'Prevention of Traffic in Women and Children in Dobrich Region' aims to establish traffic prevention as a continuous process by joining the efforts and synchronizing the activities of the institutions and NGOs working on the problem. $15,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Bulgaria Positive Personal Skills in Society Foundation   x       The program will implement a massive preventive campaign against human trafficking in the Pernik region. $14,156
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Bulgaria SOS - Families at Risk Foundation   x       The project will work to increase the institutional and citizen's activity for effective enactment of legal measures for prevention of human trafficking in seven municipalities in northeastern Bulgaria. $18,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Bulgaria Vitosha Sports Club for People with Disabilities   x       The campaign will provide information to professional groups helping potential victims and survivors of trafficking and to the public at large. $15,758
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Bulgaria OPDAT Eight participants: Svetoslav Tanev; Svetlozar Georgiev; Emililia Karakasheva; Evgeni Dikov; Judge Ivo Haramlijski; TBD - Two Prosecutors; TBD - Chief Secretary of the National Anti-Trafficking Commission; Rosanka Venelinova   x x   A study tour organized by US Embassy Sofia's Legal Attache (USDOJ/OPDAT), was designed to introduce a group of Bulgarian trainers to techniques and practices involved in the investigation and prosecution of human trafficking cases in the United States. $60,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Bulgaria OPDAT Eight participants: Svetoslav Tanev; Svetlozar Georgiev; Emililia Karakasheva; Evgeni Dikov; Judge Ivo Haramlijski; TBD - Two Prosecutors; TBD - Chief Secretary of the National Anti-Trafficking Commission; Rosanka Venelinova   x x   A study tour organized by US Embassy Sofia's Legal Attache (USDOJ/OPDAT), was designed to introduce a group of Bulgarian trainers to techniques and practices involved in the investigation and prosecution of human trafficking cases in the United States. $60,000
DOS/PRM EUR Bulgaria IOM   x x   x Development of NGO anti-trafficking networks in partnership with the Bulgarian government by establishing local anti-trafficking councils and providing reintegration assistance. $160,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Croatia BROD - Group for Women's Human Rights   x       The NGO Brod plans to conduct six radio broadcasts with the purpose of familiarizing citizens with the problem of TiP for sexual exploitation $14,248
USAID EUR Croatia World Learning STAR x x x   To increase public awareness and understanding of the realities and risks of trafficking and to contribute to Croation Government efforts to prevent trafficking. $119,887
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Georgia DOJ/OPDAT   x x x   DOJ RLA assisted with drafting and implementation of anti-TIP legislation $150,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Georgia Eka Gulua   x       The project is to cover accommodation expenses for Eka Gulua, editor of the trafficking column in the pro-reform daily 'Resonance', who is traveling to Germany, Spain, and Greece to interview oficials and NGO representatives competent to talk about trafficking of Georgian women in these European countries. $700
USAID EUR Georgia Georgia Young Lawyers Association (GLA)   x x x   To assist the Georgian Government in implementation of the Government Action Plan Against Trafficking in persons. Includes improving the legislative framework, assisting victims and raising public awareness. $600,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Kazakhstan Bolashak Public Association   x       The program will also seek to help and inform local officials in trying to prevent human trafficking in the area. $8,778
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Kazakhstan Feminist League of Kokshetau   x       The Feminist League will conduct a series of educational seminars for law enforcement officers, journalists, NGO representatives, medical specialists, and secondary school and university teachers in four cities of Kazakhstan. $3,747
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Kazakhstan Women Support Center   x       The Women Support Center will launch a program promoting the anti-human trafficking laws that recently went into effect in Kazakhstan. $8,535
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Kazakhstan Embassy/INL       x   FLETC training for prosecutors and judges; official exchanges between KZ and Emirates. $250,000
DOS/INL EUR Kazakhstan IO IOM   x x   Training police, prosecutors and judges on technical aspects of investigating and prosecuting trafficking cases $150,000
USAID EUR Kazakhstan IOM   x x     extension of current project until December 31, 2006 - support for shelters, crisis centers and public outreach and awareness. $83,512
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Kyrgyz Republic Sezim Psychological Crisis Center for Women and Families     x     The aim of this project is to continue operating the shelter for victims of gender violence and TIP. $17,950
USAID EUR Kyrgyzstan Winrock   x x     extension of current project until December 31, 2006 - support for shelters, crisis centers and public outreach and awareness. $265,533
DOS/EUR EUR Moldova CPTW   x x x   Implementation of law enforcement strategies focused on trafficking in human beings, capacity building of law enforcement representatives, sensitizing public awareness, and other activities related to the prosecution and combating of trafficking in Moldova. $170,000
DOS/EUR EUR Moldova Embassy/State   x x x   Law enforcement capacity building: 1) Center for Trafficking in Persons; 2) International Anti-Trafficking Analytical Bureau; and 3) Program for Protection of Witnesses and Assistance to TIP Victims. The USG will provide technical assistance and training contracted through USG agencies and equipment procured by Department of State. $1,900,000
USAID EUR Moldova Winrock   x x     A comprehensive set of activities focusing on the economic roots of trafficking and improving access for young women and girls to employment. $785,875
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Montenegro Independent Broadcasting Company 'Radio Elita'   x       With the project on people trafficking and domestic violence, the grantee wants to inform a wide audience about this serious problem through a series of radio broadcasts. $5,000
USAID EUR Montenegro IOM     x     Support for shelter and shelter-related victim assistance programs for trafficking victims in Montenegro. $100,000
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Romania FAM-NET Federation   x       The purpose of the project: 'Child, fight against vulnerability by getting informed!' is to inform children in an easily understood method about the existence and risks of child trafficking. $19,471
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Romania Social Alternatives Association   x       The purpose of the project: 'Promoting democracy through actions against child labor and trafficking in children' is to promote democracy through activities meant to defend the right to education, to combat trafficking in persons, and to reduce vulnerability towards trafficking through vocational guidance for students in high school. $15,350
DOS/PRM EUR Romania IOM   x x   x Prevention activities, capacity building and training, shelter and reintegration, and the development of NGO networks. Training and development of educational material for Orthodox Church $100,000
USAID EUR Romania World Learning   x       USAID Romania works with NGOs to prevent vulnerable children from becoming victims of trafficking. Activities implemented in 2004 include life skills training and social-occupational integration services for children who leave state welfare institutions. $170,406
USAID EUR Romania USDOJ/OPDAT/RLA Office Bucharest   x   x   Improve policy and coordination in anti-TIP area with a focus on prosecution and the judiciary system. $93,579
DOS/GTIP EUR RUSSIA MiraMed Institute Angel Coalition x x x   Build capacity of Russian NGOs to provide services to victims of trafficking. $391,287
DOS/GTIP EUR RUSSIA American University - TRACC   x x x   Develop and implement workshops on trafficking in persons for law enforcement, academics, policy makers and NGOs. $124,995
DOS/ECA EUR Russia Fulbright US Student   x       Russian Response to Global Human Trafficking $25,170
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Russia Center "South for the Freedom of Speech"   x       The goal of the current project is to enhance awareness of the danger of trafficking among rural teachers in Kaliningrad Oblast. $14,563
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Russia Center for Women's Support   x       The goal of the project is to launch a wide-scale awareness campaign against trafficking addressing nine rural districts of Smolensk Oblast. $6,550
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Russia Nizhniy Tagil Human Rights Center   x       The goal of the current project is to enhance awareness of trafficking among populations in the smaller towns of Sverdlovsk Oblast. $5,819
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Russia Youth Labor Exchange   x       The current project project will raise awareness of trafficking among Young people in the city of Nizhniy Novgorod and Nizhegorodskaya Oblast and encourage Young people to participate in trafficking prevention activities. $10,472
DOS/INL EUR Russia OPDAT RLA implements x x x   Anti-TIP Legislation and Implementation $300,000
DOS/INL EUR Russia Embassy/INL RLA implements x x x   US-Russia Anti-Tip Task Force $200,000
USAID EUR Russia Miramed     x     To cover the expenses of nine Russian shelters for trafficking victims. This is a 635(a) transfer from DOS/GTIP to cover their program prior to a follow-on award. $135,000
USAID EUR Russia IREX   x x     To increase public awareness and to create practical economic alternatives for women and girls by empowering them with trainings in leadership, job and entrepreneurial skills, to create NGO networks (amendment to 2001 award). $199,643
USAID EUR Russia Winrock   x x     To continue prevention activities in the Russian Far East including increasing the capacity of NGOS educational institutions and families to raise awareness about and prevent human trafficking and reinforce positive qualities in Youth. $414,116
DOS/INL EUR Tajikistan IO IOM   x x   Enhancing Legislation on Combatting TIP $200,000
DOS/INL EUR Tajikistan IO IOM   x     Shelter for Assistance to Victims $500,000
USAID EUR Tajikistan IOM   x x     extension of current project until December 31, 2006 - support for shelters, crisis centers and public outreach and awareness. $47,558
DOS/ECA EUR Turkey Fulbright US Scholar   x       Understanding Human Trafficking in a Cultural Context $25,900
USAID EUR Turkey IOM Human Resources Development Foundation (HRDF) x x x   To assist the Turkish authorities in establishing a comprehensive protection mechanism for victims of trafficking, providing protection to victims of trafficking, raising awareness and training law enforcement personnel. $600,000
DOS/EUR EUR Ukraine OPDAT       x   Assistance will be provided in developing curriculum and institutionalizing long-term anti-TIP training programs at the Judicial Training Academy and other judicial training centers. Amendments to fully harmonize Ukrainian TIP legislation with international standards are currently pending and will require adjustments in current judicial training. The new curriculum and training programs will improve judicial capabilities and prosecution of TIP cases. $100,000
USAID EUR Ukraine IOM local NGOs x x     Increases awareness among leaders, service providers and the general public and increases knowledge of at risk groups; assists victims and promotes their rehabilitation; and strengthens national and regionalcoordination. $669,673
DOS/EUR/PD EUR Uzbekistan Sabo Center for Suppport of Women and Children   x       The project proposes to develop networking between organizations that work on prevention of human trafficking and conducting trainings for school officials, pedagogues and pupils in Tashkent city, Tashkent, Bukhara, Qarshi, Qashqadaryo, Andijan and Namangan regions of Uzbekistan. $12,572
USAID EUR Uzbekistan IOM   x x     extension of current project until December 31, 2006 - support for shelters, crisis centers and public outreach and awareness. $91,914
DOS/ECA Global Global 61 International Visitors Several x       The International Visitor Program brought 61 international visitors from all over the world to the United States for trafficking in people programs ways to combat trafficking in persons public and private organizations involved these efforts. $915,000
USAID Global Global Chemonics Creative Associates, Partners of the Americas, Irex, Charney Research x x x x Incremental funding of three year contract providing technical assistance (including project design and assessment) to USAID field missions and other USAID operating units. $300,000
DOS/GTIP GLOBAL MEXICO and ESTONIA CATW     x     Second year funding to CATW to conduct training for Estonian and European NGOs on awareness campaigns. CATW will also continue its law enforcement training and demand reduction program in Mexico. $425,399
DOS/GTIP GLOBAL NETHERLANDS, JAPAN, JAMAICA, US Shared Hope International   x       Research and Public Awareness Campaign against international sex tourism. $1,900,000
DOS/PRM Global   IOM     x     Support for the Global Assistance Fund for return and reintegration of TIP victims $130,000
DOS/PRM Global   IOM   x       Development of additional training modules to train government officials and NGOs on major anti-trafficking issues relatring to vicitms' assiatnce and protection. $97,000
DOS/PRM Global   IOM   x       Counter-trafficking training for religious personnel $95,000
DOS/GTIP NEA BAHRAIN IOM     x x x Support the development and implementation of a comprehensive curriculum and train-the-trainer program for the Ministry of Interior to ensure that law enforcement can effectively investigate, interview and provide assistance to victims of trafficking. $80,000
DOS/GTIP NEA ISRAEL EMBASSY PAS Kav LaOved   x x x Kav LaOved will work jointly with a Philippines-based NGO to administer legal advice and legal aid to Filipino workers in Israel. In the Philippines the NGO will raise awareness of trafficking, legal protections in Israel, and gather information on fraud. $60,000
DOS/GTIP NEA ISRAEL EMBASSY PAS The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and Center for International Migration and Integration   x x   Project will support rehabilitation, return, and reintegration of women/girls trafficked from Russia, the FSU, and Eastern Europe. In cooperation with the government-run shelter, they will provide four vocational training courses for women waiting to testify against traffickers. $60,000
DOS/GTIP NEA ISRAEL EMBASSY PAS Hotline for Migrant Workers   x x x Hotline for Migrant Workers will provide information and legal advocacy for trafficking victims through a hotline and regular visits to detention facilities. Project will also support legal aid to victims. $60,000
DOS/GTIP NEA ISRAEL EMBASSY PAS Hotline for Migrant Workers   x x x Joint initiative of Hotline for Migrant Workers and the Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel to help pull women out of sexual exploitation. Project includes crisis intervention, providing information and legal advice and a public awareness campaign. $129,670
DOS/GTIP NEA JORDAN UNIFEM Friends of Women Workers: AdvocacYES for Migrants   x x   NGO will establish networks among national and international NGOs in source and destination countries; provide training to migrant workers on their rights; raise public awareness about trafficking of domestic workers; and gather data on the status of migrants. $100,000
DOS/GTIP NEA KUWAIT EMBASSY PAS     x x x Support to a public awareness campaign targeting East and South Asian workers in Kuwait. Wallet-sized info cards will be produced and distributed at airports, health clinics, and source countries. Project will also support ads in local papers in Arabic. $99,000
DOS/GTIP NEA LEBANON IOM     x x x IOM will conduct training for law enforcement, judges, and prosecutors on how to identify trafficking victims, victim needs, and how to apprehend traffickers. $100,000
DOS/GTIP NEA MOROCCO UNICEF Moroccan League for the Protection of Children   x x   The Moroccan League for the Protection of Children will open 7 Child Maid Education Centers to provide child maids with educational opportunities, awareness of their rights, health care, and assistance reintegrating with their families. $69,720
DOS/GTIP NEA MOROCCO UNICEF Bayti (My Home)   x x   Support to the NGO Bayti to rescue and rehabilitate child maids, provide them with education or vocational training and attempt reintegration with their families. Project includes a residential shelter facility and drop in center. $113,624
DOS/GTIP SA AFGHANISTAN UNICEF MOJ, MOLSA, Min. of Religious Affairs, MOWA, MOI, AIHRC, x x     UNICEF will support the implementation of the National Action Plan against TIP. The Plan aims to protect children with the establishment of protective measures, prevention activities, recovery and reintegration. Will work in all 34 districts. $150,000
DOS/GTIP SA BANGLADESH IOM Daywalka Foundation x x x   Establish a Center in Dhaka that will interface with the Calcutta and Kathmandu centers to coordinate information on traffickers and return of victims. Center will also provide legal and computer training for NGOs, literacy and legal rights for survivors $149,900
DOS/GTIP SA BANGLADESH IOM   x x x   IOM will conduct trianing for staff members of District Anti-TIP cells on how to collect, store, and manage reliable data, protect victims and witnesses of TIP and work with prosecutors. Project includes equipment, TOT, and training. $140,000
USAID SA Bangladesh AED IOM x x x   Organization and training of community watchdog groups; strengthening local capacity to care for and treat victims of trafficking and targeted training to better prepare police to identify and intervene in trafficking operations. $900,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Children's Rights in Goa x x x   CRG will provide intensive training to facilitate effective investigation and prosecution of cases against pedophiles. Experts from Sri Lanka, Thailand, and the Philippines will conduct training along with CRG. CRG will also be in contact with beach children. $80,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Prajwala (AP) x x     Prajwala will support bridge schools and transit schools that will assist child TIP victims and children of prostitutes develop academic and social skills to be mainstreamed. Teachers are mainly former TIP victims who have successfully been rehabilitated. $80,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Apne Aap x       Apne Aap will pubish and disseminate a book about children in redlight districts. $10,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Asha Niwas x x     Asha Niwas will work to stop 2nd generation trafficking by supporting the rescue and rehabilitation of high risk children in red light areas in Delhi and Harana. Children will be taken out of the redlight areas with their mothers' permission, provided educational and vocational training. Asha Niwas will also reach out to the mothers and try and pull them out of prostitution. $90,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Women's Coordinating Council, Calcutta x x     WCC is an umbrella organization of 89 NGOs. Project will target N.&S. 24 Parganas, Malda, W. Dinajpur, Murshiadabad, Coochbihar, Jalpaiguri, Howrah, Purulia, and Birbhum and work with rescued victims, provide shelter and counseling. $50,500
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Shakti Vahini x x x   SV will expand its partnerships with grassroots social workers, panchayat leaders, and nurses working at the village level to raise TIP awareness. SV will form an Harana Anti-TIP network that will launch a massive public awareness campaign. $60,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Ashraya (Karnataka) x       Ashraya will build a training center for women victims of DV and TIP to train them as domestics, home nursing care and provide them with economic alternatives and prevent them from being re-trafficked. $75,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Global Organization for Life Development (GOLD) x x x   GOLD will conduct mapping of TIP areas, increase women's understanding of their rights and risks of trafficking, provide victims with counseling and health care, and sensitze police and local government officials in Assam. Project will also provide victim assistance. $50,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Balprafulta - Talaash x x     Don Bosco will work to identify street children and missing children by working with government institutions and NGOs that run shelters for kids in Maharashtra. Don Bosco will assist in finding the parents, providing assistance to children and parents before considering returning them home, and then, if possible will assist with return. $80,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Prerana x x x   Support to operate training and advocacy center in Maharashtra. $75,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Impulse NGO Network x x x   Anti-trafficking interstate network through the Northeastern states of India. $80,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM SANVED x x     SANVED will conduct training seminars for other anti-trafficking on utilizing movement therapy as a form of victim rehabilitation. $50,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Bhoomika Vihar x x x   Cross border vigilance along Nepal/India border $20,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM STOP x x x   Rescue and reintegration of victims in Delhi. $30,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Shakti Shalini x x x   Shakti Shalini will continue to provide shelter, legal advocacy and rehabilitation. $50,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Overhead/Administrative Fees         Funds for UNIFEM to administer and manage the NGO projects in India. $163,300
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA CRS Prajwala Project x x     CRS and the Indian NGO Prajwala will protect women and children in tsunami-affected areas in India and prevent trafficking. The project will work in 100 displaced communities residing in temporary settlements, 500 villages in source areas of Tamil Nadu/Pondicherry, Andhra Pradesh, and Kerala, and the destination points in Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kerala, Mumbai, and Goa $960,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Society to Help Rural Empowerment and Education - STHREE x x     Rehabilitation center for trafficked victims and children in distress - building of shelter homes and community resource centers in rural southern Andhra Pradesh. Shelters will provide services for victims of TIP including medical and psychological treatment, as well as economic alternatives. $224,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA UNIFEM Bal Sakha x       NGO and State Government initiative for sustainable child centered juvenile justice system and its institution in Bihar - Training camps to provide legal and capacity building training to local partners and government officials who work in "remand" homes for children in criminal justice system. A shelter and halfway home will also be established to house children who are particularly vulnerable to trafficking. $56,000
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA Free the Slaves Diocesan Development and Welfare Association   x x x Second year funding to Free the Slaves to work with NGOs in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar to free children in bonded labor, pursue prosecution of traffickers, and provide victim rehabiliative assistance. $237,474
DOS/GTIP SA INDIA Daywalka Foundation CATW, Apne Aap, Sanlaap   x x   Second year funding to the Daywalka Foundation to establish a legal resource center in Calcutta; provide training to victim advocates, lawyers, and prosecutors to improve anti-trafficking prosecutions and ensure victim rights. $539,049
DOS/ECA SA India Mr. Sanjay Kundu IIE - Humphrey program x       prevention of trafficking in persons, incl. policy development $60,000
DOS/GTIP SA India UNODC       x   Strengthen law enforcement response against TIP and sex tourism in key states and cities through training and capacity building - UNODC implementing DHS/ICE and DOJ projects with GOI through existing infrastructure. ($1 Million 2004 ESF and $1,081,000 2005 ESF) $2,081,000
USAID SA INDIA UNFEM Religious Leaders Forum x       Expand to new localtions in India and to other countries (Bangladesh and Nepal) the model of using inter-faith cooperation among local religious leaders to prevent trafficking and protect the rights of women and children in rural areas. $100,000
DOS/GTIP SA NEPAL USAID Women for Human Rights x x     Project will provide psycho-social counseling, capacity-building and income generation to single and widowed mothers in 5 districts of Nepal (Morang, Saptari, Kaski, Kavre, and Kanchanpur). $70,385
DOS/GTIP SA NEPAL IOM Daywalka Foundation x x x   Builds on a previous project and will create a Thematic Working Group based on the success of a WG in Bangladesh. Project will help Daywalka continue to provide psycho-social counseling, lgal aid, and general victim support assistance to the Nepal Women' $159,140
DOS/GTIP SA NEPAL USAID Min. of Women, Children, and Social Welfare x x     Project will raise awareness through family and community education for the integration of survivors of TIP. Partners will create a safe home that will provide victims with skills that will prevent them from being re-trafficked. $180,000
DOL/ILAB SA Nepal World Education   x       This project aims to provide educational opportunities to children withdrawn from the worst forms of child labor and children at-risk of entering exploitative labor situations. It will build on lessons learned during a first phase of the program that addressed the needs of children withdrawn from various worst forms of child labor in Nepal. This project has a component to address trafficking of children, primarily targeting girls who are recruited to work in the restaurant-entertainment industry in Kathmandu. The project will withdrawn children from exploitative situations, and provided rehabilitation and reintegration services. $3,500,000
USAID SA Nepal TBD TBD x x x   To prevent trafficking among the conflict displaced Young women and girls by providing safe migration orientation, job oriented skill training, educating security personnel about UN Resolution 1325 and strengthening laws to protect human rights. $200,000
DOS/GTIP SA PAKISTAN IOM FIA x x x   Project will assist the FIA open zonal offices of their anti-TIP unit in Rawalpindi, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, and Quetta. The offices will be responsible for coordinating anti-TIP efforts with provincial law enforcement organizations. $30,000
DOS/GTIP SA PAKISTAN IOM     x x x IOM will assist the expansion of the model shelter. The shelter will provide counseling and psychological assistance. Funding will support a full-time psychologist, on call doctor and medical room as well as support a toll-free hotline nationwide. $128,865
DOS/GTIP SA PAKISTAN TAF Lawyers for Human Rights, Legal Aid, Islamabad Women's Welfare Assn., ROZAN, Struggle for Change   x x x Project will support a public awareness campaign that will target local government officials, religious leaders, private sector, civil society to help people understand TIP vs. smuggling and risks of trafficking. Will work with NGOs located in border areas. $80,000
USAID SA South Asia Regional (Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka) ACILS Child and Progress Project of Hyderabad and others x       To prevent trafficking among currently unemployed young women textile and garment workers by assessing needs, and implementing a program to meet them, including vocational training that meets current market availability. $1,350,000
DOL/ILAB SA Sri Lanka International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   x       The tsunami of December 2004 primarily affected low-income communities in Sri Lanka, exacerbating poverty and children's vulnerability to being exploited in WFCL or to being trafficked. Through this project, ILO-IPEC will withdraw or prevent children from exploitative work in agriculture, fishing, domestic work, commercial sexual exploitation, and other hazardous industries, in the tsunami-affected areas of Kinna (Trincomalee District) and Koggala (Galle District). $562,408
USAID SA Sri Lanka Solidarity Center of Sri Lanka (ACILS)   x       To build understanding and awareness of the concept of trafficking in tsunami affected areas in Sri Lanka, to build capacity and facilitate the involvement of government and civil society in prevention of trafficking. $350,000
DOS/GTIP WHA BOLIVIA CRS   x x     RAISE AWARENESS, PROVIDE VICTIM ASSISTANCE AND ADVOCATE FOR ANTI-TIP POLICIES; TRAIN CHURCH PASTORAL AGENTS. $159,951
DOS/GTIP WHA BOLIVIA NAS GOVT OF BOLIVIA     x   THREE PART PROJECT PROPOSAL THAT IS DESIGNED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE GOB'S NEW ANTI-TIP POLICY INITIATIVES, WHICH INCLUDES: 1) THE CREATION OF TIP ENFORCEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE TO INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE TIP CASES ($71,000); 2) A PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN THROUGHOUT BOLIVIA IN VARIOUS MEDIA TO PREVENT VULNERABILITY (40,000); AND 3) FOSTERING REGIONAL COOPERATION THROUGH TRAIN-THE-TRAINERS SEMINARS (60,000). $171,000
DOS/INL WHA Bolivia various various x x   x minor construction, publications, seminars $38,503
DOS/GTIP WHA BRAZIL USAID ILO x x     ASSIST NGOS IN STRENGHTENING AND BUILDING STATE ANTI-TIP COMMITTEE CAPACITY AND KEY MUNICIPALITIES IN TARGETED CAPITAL CITIES IN BRAZIL. $200,000
DOS/GTIP WHA BRAZIL WINROCK   x x     ASSIST NGOS IN STRENGHTENING AND BUILDING STATE ANTI-TIP COMMITTEE CAPACITY AND KEY MUNICIPALITIES IN TARGETED CAPITAL CITIES IN BRAZIL. $159,981
DOL/ILAB WHA Brazil International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   x       This add-on to an ongoing project will continue working towards the elimination of child labor in hazardous agriculture, hazardous informal sectors, domestic labor, and sexual exploitation for commercial purposes. The project will raise awareness; disseminate research findings; strengthen networks; develop a system to refer children withdrawn from child labor into education and other social services; facilitate the economic improvement of targeted families, and develop an intervention model for preventing and withdrawing children from drug trafficking. $1,999,980
USAID WHA Brazil Partners of the Americas   x x x   To support: a network of victim service centers; training to increase awareness on sex tourism and children's rights; and a program to strengthen local capacity to provide legal assistance to victims and prosecute perpetrators. $370,000
USAID WHA Brazil ILO, Partners of the Americas   x x x   Law enforcement capacity building. Multi-disciplinary tsk forces; target sex tourism and child pornography; train law enforcement, judges, and prosecutors; specialized anti-TIP police units. (Originaly a DOJ and DHS project) $3,412,000
USAID WHA Brazil TBD   x x x   Shelter/services for TIP victims; Emergency shelters for rescued victims, medical care, and assistance to victims in coordination with DOJ/DHS rescue and law enforcement training in targeted areas. $2,500,000
USAID WHA Brazil Embassy     x     Establish MFA TIP unit (consular); Equipment for ministry of foreign affairs and consular affairs officers for assistance to victims overseas and to provide reintegration contact points. $250,000
DOS/ECA WHA Canada Fulbright US Student   x       US and Canadian Roles in Combating Human Trafficking $15,000
DOS/PRM WHA Caribbean Region IOM   x x   x Targeted interventions at the sub-regional level to raise awareness on TIP issue, including sex tourism; victims' protection and government capacity-building. $207,194
USAID WHA Central America Regional AED   x x x   To provide technical and management support to a network of shelters that educate and train trafficking victims; to facilitate coordination victim protection and enforcement across borders; to raise media awareness about trafficking. $380,000
DOS/PRM WHA Chile IOM   x x   x Assistance to victims of trafficking, especially children victim of commercial sexual exploitation; program to raise social awareness and government capacity building. $160,000
DOS/GTIP WHA COLOMBIA IOM     x x   ESTABLISH A CENTER PROSECUTION FOR TRAFFICKERS AND ATTENTION TO VICTIMS AND WITNESSES OF TIP. ENABLE IOM STAFF TO PASS INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM OVER 1,000 CALLERS IMMEDIATELY TO INVESTIGATIVE AGENCIES AND CREAT A VICTIM FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT WHERE AUTHORITIES ARE APPROACHABLE. $49,280
DOS/GTIP WHA COSTA RICA IOM RAHAB x x x   SUPPORT A LOCAL FBO TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE THE CSEC IN TOURIST AREAS IN LIMON, COSTA RICA ALONG WITH REHABILITATION AND REINTEGRATION OF VICTIMS RESCUED. $195,331
DOL/ILAB WHA Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Belize International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   x       This add-on to an ongoing project will provide additional funds to continue working toward the prevention and eradication of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) in Central America, Panama, and the Dominican Republic. The project raises public awareness; provides care and protection to children removed from CSEC and trafficking; strengthens institutional capacities to improve and enforce legislation on protection of children from CSEC and trafficking, and enhances regional coordination among institutions investigating and preventing CSEC and trafficking. $4,966,817
DOS/GTIP WHA DOMREP IOFA   x x x   MOBILIZE NON GOVERNMENTAL AND GOVERNMENTAL ANTI-TIP COOPERATION TO RESCUE AND REFER VICTIMS TO APPROPRIATE SERVICES. $159,972
DOS/GTIP WHA ECUADOR CRS   x x     STRENGTHEN CIVIL SOCIETY, ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS AND EFFECTIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT COOPERATION ON THE NORTHER BORDER COMMUNITIES IOF ECUADOR. $80,000
DOS/GTIP WHA ECUADOR American Bar Association     x x   Second year funding to ABA to continue focusing on child trafficking in Ecuador through training police, prosecutors, law enforcement and judges. $395,942
DOL/ILAB WHA Ecuador International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   x       This add-on to an existing project will continue working towards the elimination of child labor in flower and banana production, and the commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking of children for such purposes. Efforts will focus on raising awareness, strengthening institutional capacities to enforce compliance with child labor laws, providing safer working conditions and access to education for children and adolescents, and incorporating child trafficking as a new intervention sector. $1,999,796
USAID WHA Ecuador Fundacion No Mas Desparacidos-Gianni Morrone (NMD)   x   x x To collect national data about missing persons and make the data widely available in order to locate missing persons and detect trafficking in persons. $200,000
DOS/GTIP WHA GUATEMALA NAS ECPAT-GUATE x x     INCREASE EFFORTS TO RESCUE MINORS IN CSEC ALONG BORDER AND EXPAND IMMEDIATE AND LONG-TERM CARE FOR TRAFFICKING VICTIMS; ALSO BUILD LAW ENFORCEMENT CAPACITIES AND CREATE STRONGER CIVIL SOCIETY LINKS; WILL ALSO COMPLEMENT SIMILAR PROGRAM ON THE MEXICAN SIDE OF THE BORDER UNDER THE POTUS INIATIVE. $173,900
DOL/ILAB WHA Guyana Partners of the Americas   x       This project will contribute to the enrollment, retention, and success in the educational system of children removed from and/or at risk of the worst forms of child labor in Guana, including child victims of commercial sexual exploitation. Efforts will be made to raise awareness of the prevalence and dangers of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) and other worst forms of child labor; school-community partnerships will be mobilized to use education to reduce incidence of the worst forms of child labor; and policies and institutions in both public and private sectors will be strengthened to address education and worst forms of child labor. $2,000,000
USAID WHA Guyana Ministry of Labor, Human Services, and Social Security   x x x   To support shelters, train police and community members in combating trafficking and enforcing anti-trafficking laws and to launch a public awareness campaign focused on the Amerindian Community. $150,000
DOS/PRM WHA Haiti IOM   x x   x Provision of shelter, protection, and assistance to child trafficking victims; NGO capacity-building. $90,000
DOS/GTIP WHA JAMAICA IOM     x x   CREATE A CADRE OF LOCAL AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL CAPABLE OF FOCUSING ON TIP ISSUES IN COLLABORATION WITH GOJ MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND MIN OF JUSTICE TO ACCURATELY IDENTIFY CRIMES OF TIP. $150,000
USAID WHA Jamaica Local NGO   x       To support four local NGOs that will provide programs in literacy, numeracy skills training and counseling for 150 young persons at risk of trafficking. A targeted information campaign is also included. $150,000
DOS/GTIP WHA MEXICO ECPAT/USA   x       Continuation of FY04 grant to provide additional trainings to tourism industry and develop self-training module for US consular affairs yo prevent child sex tourism. $68,515
DOS/GTIP WHA MEXICO CRS   x x     ENHANCE ANTI-TIP CAPACITIES OF CHURCH AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN MEXICO AND CREATE D-BASES IN SHELTERS. $159,950
DOS/GTIP WHA MEXICO BSCC     x x x Second year funding to BSCC to improve law enforcement capacity, implement training, increase outreach and awareness. $576,794
DOS/GTIP WHA MEXICO Concerned Women for America   x       Second year funding to CWA to continue working to improve anti-trafficking efforts in Mexico. $200,000
DOS/GTIP WHA Mexico Embassy/State/NAS       x   Law enforcement capacity building through multi-disciplinary approach: information sharing and capacity building, joint operations, rescues and training for certain target sites, and prosecutorial training. Complementing other assistance projects. (DHS and DOJ.) $3,023,000
DOL/ILAB WHA Mexico International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   x       This add-on to an ongoing project will contribute to the prevention and eradication of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) in Mexico, with a focus on three cities in three states: Acapulco (Guerrero), Guadalajara (Jalisco), and Tijuana (Baja California). Project activities will raise public awareness, strengthen legislation to protect children from CSEC, remove and prevent children from CSEC, develop a best practice care model, and implement software for tracking criminals engaged in CSEC. $1,099,902
USAID WHA Mexico Casals and Associates   x x x x USAID/Mexico-sponsored Anti-TIP Network played a key role in developing the new TIP bill as evidenced by acknowledgement to the Network by Senate committees in the forward attached to the passed bill. The bill is to be voted by the House early 2006. $168,000
DOS/GTIP WHA NICARAGUA NAS CASA ALIANZA x x     PREVENTION AND PROTECTION MECHANISMS FOR CHILD VICTIMS AND CREATE AN EDUCATION CAMPAIGN TARGETING MINORS AND FAMILYE REUNIFICATION. $138,320
DOS/GTIP WHA PANAMA NAS GOP   x     SUPPORT THE PANAMANIAN MIN OF YESOUTH, WOMEN, CHILDREN AND THE FAMILY (MINJUMFA) TO ENSURE THAT SECURE TIP SHELTERS ARE STAFFED BY TRAINED SOCIAL, PYSCH, AND LEGAL SPECIALISTS TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN TIP AND DV. $124,624
DOS/PRM WHA Peru IOM   x       Information campaign; mainstreaming of anti-trafficking hotline; capacity building of government and NGOs $150,000
DOS/GTIP WHA REGIONAL/C.AMERICA CRS       x   COMBAT SEX EXPLOITATION IN THE CORRIDOR THAT CONNECTS NICARAGUA, EL SALVADOR AND GUATEMALA BY STRENGTHENING INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY OF RELIGIOUS AND GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS. $160,000
DOS/GTIP WHA REGIONAL/CARIB IOM       x   TRAINING FOR CARIBBEAN NATIONS THAT HAVE ALREADY DEVELOPED INTEREST AND MOMENTUM VIA PREVIOUS IOM ACTIVITY. $147,940
DOS/GTIP WHA REGIONAL/HEMISPHERE OAS OAS-CIM x x x   SUPPORT THE SECOND YEAR OF ACTIVITIES OF THE OAS COORDINATOR. $180,000
DOS/GTIP WHA REGIONAL/S.AMERICA IOM       x   RAISE AWARENESS OF TIP PROBLEM IN TRI-BORDER AREA WITH OFFICIALS FROM PARAGUAY, ARGENTINA AND BRAZIL. $210,936
DOS/PRM WHA South America region IOM   x x     Cooperation for the prevention, protection and assistance to TIP victims in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. $50,000
DOS/GTIP WHA SURINAME NAS GOS   x x   SUPPORT TRAINING FOR THE GOS MIN OF JUSTICE AND POLICE AND THE SPECIAL TIP UNIT TO RECOGNIZE SPECIAL NEEDS OF TIP VICTIMS. $108,600
DOS/PRM WHA United States -- global returns and transportation of family members. IOM     x   x Support TVPA provisions for eligible family members to be reunited with TIP victims in the US; Return & reintegration for victims in the U.S. who want to return to their country of origin $110,700
DOS/GTIP WHA URUGUAY OAS IIN x x x x CONTINUE ONGOING EFFORT TO RAISE AWARENESS AND BUILD CAPACITY OF ANTI-TIP ACTORS IN URUGUAY AS WELL AS MOBILIZE COORDINATION OF SPECIALISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM LOCAL NGOs TO RESEARCH CHILD TIP. $100,000
DOS/GTIP WHA VENEZUELA NAS AMBAR x x     INTEGRATE TRAFFICKED GIRLS BACK INTO HEALTHY FAMILY SITUATIONS, PROVIDING PSYCHOLOGICAL, MEDICAL, LEGAL AND EDUCATIONAL TRAINING IN A FAMILIAR ENVIRONMENT. $129,375
DOS/PRM WHA Western Hemisphere IOM   x       Training opportunities for migration policy makers, border inspectors, and service providers in members of the Regional Conference on Migration $140,000
NIJ USA Flows into U.S. CSR         x Estimating Human Trafficking: Development of a Methodology $49,996
NIJ USA USA Northeastern University       x x Understanding and Improving Law Enforcement Responses to Human Trafficking $350,994
NIJ USA USA Georgetown University     x   x Research on Child Survivors of Trafficking for Sexual and Labor Exploitation $175,496
NIJ USA USA Vera Institute   x     x Assessing the Extent of Human Trafficking: A Community Outreach Approach $336,177
OJJDP & NIJ USA USA 2 program evaluations: SAGE and DSG   x x   x Evaluation of Prostitution Intervention Programs (partially related to human trafficking); Review costs for human trafficking solicitation and peer reviews. $796,797
BJA USA USA San Diego County, CA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $448,134
BJA USA USA Collier County, FL     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $424,927
BJA USA USA Cobb County, GA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $300,802
BJA USA USA Metropolitan Police Department, DC     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $449,764
BJA USA USA City of Atlanta, GA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA American Samoa     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $337,500
BJA USA USA Harris County, TX     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $436,727
BJA USA USA Hawaii Attorney General     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $305,333
BJA USA USA City of Oakland, CA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Phoenix Police Department, AZ     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA City of Boston, MA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $443,082
BJA USA USA Seattle Police Department, WA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Suffolk County, NY     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $312,182
BJA USA USA City of El Paso, TX     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA City of Los Angeles, CA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Department of Law & Public Safety, NJ     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $420,502
BJA USA USA City of Austin, TX     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Nassau County, NY     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA City of San Francisco, CA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $225,000
BJA USA USA City of San Jose, CA     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $225,000
BJA USA USA Miami Dade Police Department, FL     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Connecticut State Police, CT     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $448,983
BJA USA USA City of Chicago     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA St. Paul Police Department     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Municipality of Anchorage     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA St. Louis     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $328,959
BJA USA USA City of Milwaukee     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $192,770
BJA USA USA Multnomah County, OR     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Colorado Division of Criminal Justice     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA New York City, NY     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA City of Indianapolis           Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Lee County, FL     x x   Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000
BJA USA USA Institute for Intergovernmental Research   x x x   HT Curriculum Development & Training Delivery to Task Forces $293,000
BJA USA USA Center for Womens Policy Studies     x x   Congressional Earmark Supporting Development of State Anti-TIP Statutes $493,322
BJA USA USA Transferred Funds to DOJ/COPS for training     x x   Training of trainers at COPS Office Regional Community Policing Institute (RCPI) - Human Trafficking $245,000
OVC USA USA Safe Horizon N/A x x     Training and Technical Assistance to OVC-funded trafficking services grantees $281,595
OVC USA USA Salvation Army N/A x x     Comprehensive Services for Trafficking Victims in AK, CA, ID, MT, WY, UT, CO, NV, NM, and El Paso, Texas $499,155
HHS/ORR USA USA Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $250,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles   x       Training and Technical Assistance $200,000
HHS/ORR USA USA CAST/Freedom Network U.S.A.   x       Training and Technical Assistance $400,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $168,065
HHS/ORR USA USA Migration and Refugee Services/USCCB   x       Training and Technical Assistance $350,000
HHS/ORR USA USA ECPAT-USA, Inc.   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $196,963
HHS/ORR USA USA Safe Horizon   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $200,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Mosiac Family Services (formerly East Dallas Counseling Center)   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $198,000
HHS/ORR USA USA SAGE Project   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $200,000
HHS/ORR USA USA John Hopkins University - The Protection Project   x       Training and Technical Assistance $492,401
HHS/ORR USA USA Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $143,859
HHS/ORR USA USA Heartland Alliance   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $233,542
HHS/ORR USA USA Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $87,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Boat People S.O.S., Inc.   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $250,000
HHS/ORR USA USA County of L.A., Community/Senior Svs., Office of Refugee Asst.   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $242,972
HHS/ORR USA USA St. Anselms Cross-Cultural Community Center   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $250,000
HHS/ORR USA USA USCCB Migration and Refugee Services   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $249,899
HHS/ORR USA USA International Institute of New Jersey   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $209,100
HHS/ORR USA USA New York Association for New Americans   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $188,849
HHS/ORR USA USA DWA FANM   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $217,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Crisis House, Inc.   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $250,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $250,000
HHS/ORR USA USA San Diego Youth & Community Services, Inc.   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $250,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $250,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Refugee Women's Network   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $173,095
HHS/ORR USA USA Pacific Gateway Center   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $197,639
HHS/ORR USA USA International Rescue Committee   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $249,999
HHS/ORR USA USA Center for Multicultural Human Services   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $250,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Refugee Women's Alliance   x x     Services to Victims of Trafficking and Local Community Outreach $242,762
HHS/ORR USA USA Catholic Charities, Inc.   x x     Street Outreach $131,146
HHS/ORR USA USA City of Homestead   x x     Street Outreach $75,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Good Shepherd Corporation of Atlanta   x x     Street Outreach $75,492
HHS/ORR USA USA Crisis House, Inc.   x x     Street Outreach $110,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Refugee Women's Alliance   x x     Street Outreach $118,889
HHS/ORR USA USA Breaking Free, Inc   x x     Street Outreach $150,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Catholic Social Services of Central and NorthernArizona   x x     Street Outreach $137,059
HHS/ORR USA USA Farmworker Legal Services of New York, Inc   x x     Street Outreach $80,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Girls Educational & Mentoring Services   x x     Street Outreach $158,824
HHS/ORR USA USA West Care Nevada, Inc   x x     Street Outreach $150,000
HHS/ORR USA USA Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee   x x     Street Outreach $81,300
HHS/ORR USA USA Georgia Legal Services Program, Inc (GLSP)   x x     Street Outreach $57,533
HHS/ORR USA USA The Salvation Army   x x     Street Outreach $147,695
HHS/ORR USA USA Rural Opportunities, Inc.   x x     Street Outreach $70,565
HHS/ORR USA USA The Door - A Center of Alternatives, Inc   x x     Street Outreach $84,817
HHS/ORR USA USA Colorado Legal Services   x x     Street Outreach $142,449
HHS/ORR USA USA Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST)   x x     Street Outreach $75,000
HHS/ORR USA USA United States Conference of Catholic Bishops   x x     Street Outreach $148,568
HHS/ORR USA USA Ketchum PR Capital City Partners x x x x Rescue and Restore Public Awareness Campaign $2,789,817
HHS/ORR USA USA Covenant House   x x x   Trafficking Information and Referral Hotline Number $350,000

*Note on DOL Funds: DOL's listed projects either have TIP as a central focus, one component of a larger project linked to TIP, or as an issue within the overall context of the project.
**Additional Note: PRM reported $3.85 M in 2003 CSH funds and HHS reported $1.7 M in 03 CSH funds obligated in FY 2005 under the POTUS Initiative. These funds are not included in this chart, because they were captured in the FY 2004 chart.


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