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U.S. Government Funds Obligated for Anti-Trafficking in Persons Projects, Fiscal Year 2006  
Released by the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
April 2007

U.S. Government Funds Obligated in Fiscal Year 2006 for Anti-Trafficking in Persons Projects

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FUNDING (i.e., who? USAID, DOS/GTIP, DOS/PRM, DOS/EUR, ...etc) REGION (AF, WHA, EAP, NEA, SCA, EUR) COUNTRY RECIPIENT SUB-GRANTEE or CONTRACTEE Prevention- Awareness Protection- Services Prosecution- Law Enforcement Research & Data Collection BRIEF PROJECT DESCRIPTION AMOUNT FUNDING SOURCE (INCLE, ESF, DA, MRA, …etc) FISCAL YEAR of FUNDS FY XXXX
USAID AF DRC UNICEF and COOPI     X     Identification of and reintegration assistance for women and child victims of sexual violence, abduction and child prostitution. $500,000 DA 2006
DOS/PRM AF Ghana IOM     X   X Counseling, transportation, family tracing and reunification for child victims, including reintegration assistance in province/country of origin. $250,000 MRA 2006
USAID AF Guinea Save the Children   X       Cross-border awareness building campaign targeting towns through which most of the cross-border traffic between Guinea and Mali must pass. $120,074 DA 2006
DOL/ILAB AF Mali International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   X X     The project will focus on combating the worst forms of child labor in Mali, including exploitation of children in domestic labor, commercial sexual exploitation, and hazardous work in agriculture, small-scale mining, and the urban informal sector, including those children who have been trafficked into such exploitive labor. $3,500,000 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
USAID AF Nigeria ABA     X X   Supplies and staff training for a shelter for trafficking victims in Lagos; development of specialized operations manuals for law enforcement and "bench books" for judges. $450,000 DA 2006
DOS/PRM AF Sierra Leone IOM   X X   X Provide return and reintegration assistance for TIP victims, including job skills development through the Sierra Leonean diaspora. $500,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/ECA AF South Africa Ms. Susan Kreston CIES - Fulbright US Scholar       X Trafficking in Children in South Africa $40,420 ECA Base 2006
USAID AF South Africa IOM   X       Advocacy and organizational development training for NGO leaders of all the members of the IOM network assisting trafficking victims. $350,000 DA 2006
DOS/PRM AF Southern African
Development Community (SADC)
IOM   X X   X Regional program of prevention, capacity-building, and victims' assistance in the SADC region. $160,000 MRA 2006
DOS/GTIP AF Tanzania Interagency Agreement (IAA) INL - DOJ       X   Law enforcement capacity building - multidisciplinary anti-TIP task forces in Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar. $1,000,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP AF Tanzania Interagency Agreement (IAA) INL - DOJ       X   Expand law enforcement program to an additional site - either in the mines or the agricultural area. $438,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/PRM AF Tanzania IOM   X X     TIP victims assistance, awareness-raising in affected communities, technical cooperation with governmental entities and NGOs. $470,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
USAID AF Uganda GUSCO (Gulu), KICWA (Kitgum), Concerned Parents Association (Kitgum), CARITAS (Pader), St. Joseph's hospital (Kitgum), RUFOU (Gulu)     X     Direct support to four reception centers and two night commuter shelters in three war-affected districts. Activities are closely linked with existing USAID programming. $250,000 DA 2006
USAID AF West Africa Regional
(Mali, Burkina Faso,
Cote d'Ivoire
Population Media Center   X       Radio program to educate people about trafficking and how to combat it. $296,000 DA 2006
DOL/ILAB AF Zambia International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   X X     Among the WFCL in Zambia are commercial sexual exploitation, mining and quarrying, domestic service, agricultural work, and work in the urban informal economy. In addition, child trafficking is increasingly recognized as a serious problem that requires immediate attention. Given the policy and implementation environment in Zambia, the objectives of this project are: 1) to equip the Government of Zambia and its relevant partner organizations with the necessary skills to design, implement and monitor initiatives that address the WFCL through a national TBP; and 2) to develop models of intervention for providing direct support to children and families which can be expanded within a national time bound program against WFCL. One strategy the project will apply to achieve these objectives is to develop a national plan of action and a draft implementation and evaluation framework against exploitative child labor, including child trafficking. $3,920,000 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
DOS/EAP EAP All AED           Continue refining TOPIC website. $133,000 ESF 2006
DOS/GTIP EAP Asia-wide USAID MTV Europe Foundation; MTV Networks Asia X       To help support MTV Europe Foundation and MTV Networks Asia Pacific work with USAID to raise awareness about, and increase prevention of TIP in Asia. $25,000 ESF 2005
DOS/GTIP EAP Cambodia Hagar   X X     For Hagar to expand its assistance to former victims of trafficking by expanding business operations that employs them. Funding will be utilized to expand a soy milk factory, catering operation, and textile production. $246,000 ESF 2005
DOS/PRM EAP Cambodia IOM     X   X Support for the Poipet Transit Center; reintegration assistance for victims into their communities of origin. $78,000 MRA 2006
USAID EAP Cambodia The Asia Foundation Catholic Relief Service, World Vision-Cambodia, International Justice Mission, Center for Advanced Study X X X   Prevention, protection reintegration and prosecution activities following on and expanding efforts of previous years. $1,967,032 ESF 2006
USAID EAP Cambodia The Asia Foundation TBD   X     Pilot shelter program as required by TVPRA 2005 (funding from EGAT/WID) $200,000 DA 2006
DOS/PRM EAP Cambodia -
Vietnam Regional
IOM   X X   X Protection, return transportation and reintegration assistance to TIP victims; preventive education campaign through Cambodian government schools; Includes prevention and assistance components for cross-border trafficking with Vietnam. $500,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/PRM EAP Indonesia IOM   X X   X Protection, return transportation, medical and psycho-social care and reintegration assistance to TIP victims; capacity-building for Indonesian service-providers, including government services. $500,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/PRM EAP Indonesia IOM   X X   X Supplement funding for IOM activities under the POTUS initiative for Indonesia: Protection, return transportation, medical and psycho-social care and reintegration assistance to TIP victims; capacity-building for Indonesian service-providers, including government services. $110,000 MRA 2006
DOS/GTIP EAP Indonesia/Malaysia
Regional
Interagency Agreement (IAA) INL - DOJ     X X   Funds contingent on matching requirement by GOM. Law enforcement capacity building at the working level; goal is to better identify and treat victims and increase prosecutions. $200,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/EAP EAP Laos Save the Children Australia   X       Economic development for at-risk of trafficking rural women $81,813 ESF 2006
DOS/PRM EAP Mekong Region
(Thailand, Cambodia,
Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar, China/Sunnan Province)
IOM     X   X Pre-return, transportation, and reintegration assistance for TIP victims; capacity building activities. $200,000 MRA 2006
DOS/PRM EAP Mongolia IOM   X X   X Capacity Building and preventive activities, including the provision of return and reintegration assistance for TIP victims of all nationalities. $250,000 MRA 2006
DOS/EAP EAP Philippines Third World Movement Against the Exploitation of Women (TWMAEW)   X       Provide livelihood for sexually exploited women. $104,673 ESF 2006
DOS/ECA EAP Philippines Mr. Justin Hakuta IIE - Fulbright US Student X       NGOs Combating Human Trafficking in the Philippines $11,900 ECA Base 2006
USAID EAP Philippines The Asia Foundation   X X     Expand shelter and transit center capacities in strategic airports, broadcast media campaigns, database development for reintegration. $130,000 DA 2006
USAID EAP Philippines MSI   X   X   Strengthen enforcement of anti-trafficking law to increase arrests, prosecutions and convictions $500,000 ESF 2006
USAID EAP Philippines The Asia Foundation   X X     Expand shelter and transit center capacities in strategic airports, broadcast media campaigns, database development for reintegration. $270,000 ESF 2006
USAID EAP South East Asia Regional Vital Voices         X Regional anti-trafficking conference (WID) $50,000 DA 2006
USAID EAP South East Asia Regional MTV Europe Foundation and MTV Networks Asia Pacific   X       Coordinated anti-trafficking campaign involving documentaries and films, events, and on-line messages $3,087,875 DA 2006
DOL/ILAB EAP Thailand International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   X       In support of the National Plan of Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labor, the project will focus on prevention of the WFCL through awareness raising, education and vocational training, improved and alternative family livelihoods, etc. The project will focus on the withdrawal of those in WFCL and hazardous work by ensuring workplace improvements, shorter working hours, and provision of education (non-formal and formal) and vocational training as an alternative to labor. The project will promote improved education and training policies; promote the integration of child labor concerns in regional and bilateral processes on migration and trafficking; and promote safer migration for children through engagement on migration policies and their implementation. The initial core target sectors will be agriculture, fishing, services, and domestic work, with emphasis on trafficking issues across sectors. $3,500,000 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
DOS/GTIP EAP Thailand EMBASSY NAS   X X X   Funds to support the Embassy host a regional workshop on improving civil society and government collaboration to combat trafficking in the greater Mekong sub-region. The workshop will include representatives from government, law enforcement, and NGO leaders from Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Burma, and China. $25,000 ESF 2005
DOS/PRM EAP Thailand IOM   X X   X Provision of psychosocial assistance and skill development to TIP victims awaiting repatriation; dissemination of preventive video. $100,000 MRA 2006
DOS/EAP EAP Vietnam ADAPT   X       Provide community development training for women in remote Mekong delta villages. $175,000 ESF 2006
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 in Quang Ninh province; capacity building of government and NGOs. $290,000 MRA 2006
DOS/ECA EAP Taiwan Ms. Marcelyn Thompson IIE - Fulbright US Student   X     Counseling and Reintegrating Trafficking Victims in Taiwan $44,000 ECA Base 2006
USAID EUR Albania Creative Assoc.   X X   X Awards and manages sub grants to local actors to carry out prevention and reintegration activities. Facilitates capacity-building/coordination of NGO and government actors. $1,334,013 SEED 2006
USAID EUR Albania Terre des Hommes   X X   X In cooperation with six local NGOs and an extensive field presence, the project works to reduce child trafficking through prevention, protection, assisted voluntary return, reintegration and coordination. $460,000 SEED 2006
DOL/ILAB EUR Albania, Bulgaria,
Kosovo, Moldova,
Romania, Ukraine
International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   X X     The project will provide direct services to withdraw or prevent child victims and children at risk of trafficking and other worst forms of child labor in key sectors (sexual exploitation, street work, illicit activities, agriculture). Specific activities include Identifying and providing rehabilitation and support services to children withdrawn from the worst forms of child labor; providing non-formal education and recreational activities to prevent children from trafficking and exploitative labor situations and maintain children within the formal education system; supporting youth centers and peer to peer education; promoting youth employment for withdrawn and at risk children of legal working age; providing TA for trafficking and child labor related national strategies and plans of action; working with governments, employers, trade unions and other social partners to raise the awareness; and mobilizing employers' organizations to prevent exploitative child labor through the adoption of codes of conduct. $3,500,000 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
DOS/INL EUR Armenia IO IOM and/or OSCE X X X   Development of training programs and train-the-trainer assistance on trafficking investigations, prosecution and victim/witness protection; training and technical assistance in task force development; development of programs that address victim interviewing and protection based on INL-funded TIP research; assistance in developing mechanisms to ensure that children are not trafficked through adoption agencies. $200,000 FSA 2006
DOS/ECA EUR Austria Mr. Robert Scaife IIE - Fulbright US Student       X Analysis of Immigration and Trafficking $2,137 ECA Base 2006
DOS/INL EUR Azerbaijan IO OSCE and CEELI X X X   The Senior Law Enforcement Advisor (SLEA), in conjunction with OSCE and the RLA, will train vetted specialized anti-TIP police and prosecution units. The RLA and SLEA, in coordination with OSCE, IOM and ABA/CEELI, will train domestic NGOs to conduct public awareness raising activities. The RLA and SLEA will develop curriculum and training programs for police, prosecutors and judges to recognize trafficking and prosecute traffickers. $100,000 FSA 2006
DOS/PRM EUR Belarus IOM   X X   X Continuation of reintegration and protection assistance for TIP victims; continued support for the development of civil society in preventing and combating trafficking, including capacity-building training and technical support. $140,000 MRA 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Bosnia and Herzegovina Women's Center, Trenenje   x       This project will continue the previously funded program to raise awareness among primary and secondary school students in the region of Eastern Herzegovina on human trafficking problems. $20,287 SEED 2006
USAID EUR Bosnia-Herzegovina IOM Vasa Prava, Buducnost, CARE International, Center for Free Access to Information, Foundation of Local Democracy, International Forum of Solidarity, La Strada BiH, LARA, Medica Zenica, Women BiH; Women for Women International X X X   Support for the BiH Government's implementation of a national action plan. USAID's activity provides legal services and other services to trafficking victims. $1,446,109 SEED 2006
DOS/PRM EUR Bulgaria IOM   X X   X Ongoing support to sustain the development of a National Counter-Trafficking Partnership Network (established in FY05) to combat and prevent TIP, in partnership with the government of Bulgaria; establishment of local anti-TIP councils in the primary source regions of Bulgaria; continued reintegration assistance for victims of TIP. $100,000 MRA 2006
USAID EUR Bulgaria IOM   X X X   Capacity-building assistance to the GOB in implementing the Anti-trafficking legislation; refurbishing and equipping a shelter for trafficking victims, providing small grants to indigenous organizations for community-based work. $370,000 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Bulgaria Board of Trustees of Yane Sandanski High School   x       The program will organize a weekend training event for students in Sandanski and a weekend seminar for selected members of the surrounding communities to address problems of youth and the phenomenon of trafficking in persons with a special focus on how to protect girls from falling victim to forced prostitution. $3,070 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Bulgaria Diva Foundation for Care in the Community   x x     FCC Diva will train police officers specifically commissioned to work with at-risk youth on issues of TIP, prevention of TIP, and advocacy to victims of TIP. These trained police officers will then conduct trainings jointly with FCC Diva trainers in Plovdiv area high schools, which house students who may be at higher risk of falling prey to TIP. $13,923 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Bulgaria Nadja Center Foundation   x x     The project's purpose is to implement long-term strategies for the complete and stable reintegration and re-socialization of the victims of trafficking (VOT). Furthermore, the main goal is to prevent the re-trafficking processes through long-term therapy and social support for the VOT and to provide qualified care in concordance with the professional standards and criteria. $23,810 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Croatia Gender Task Force   x       This project aims to develop preventive educational modules through which young people (focusing on secondary education), their teachers, parents, friends, and the population in whole will get information about trafficking in human beings, its increased presence, and dangers. $21,501 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Croatia SOS Phone - Call for Help   x       The "Save Our Souls through Saving Our Bodies" project intends to educate graduating secondary school students about the dangers and threats of human trafficking. $5,891 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Croatia Women's Room         x At this point, it is necessary to conduct an assessment analysis of situation regarding TIP in Croatia, for the period from 2002 to 2005, which will include all forms of TIP, not just for sexual exploitation. $14,686 SEED 2006
USAID EUR Cyprus UNDP Local NGOs - TBD X X   X Awareness-raising of trafficking in human beings, especially women and children in the sex trade, and strengthening victim and witness support (modification of previously obligated grant to allow for anti-trafficking activities). $300,000 ESF 2004, 2006
DOS/ECA EUR Estonia Dr. Juri Saar CIES - Fulbright Visiting Scholar       X Trafficking of Women for Sexual Exploitation in Estonia and the United States $21,250 ECA Base 2006
USAID EUR Europe and Eurasia Regional UNODC   X     X Segment (covering Albania and Romania) of film documenting human trafficking worldwide $200,000 SEED 2006
USAID EUR Europe and Eurasia
Regional
ICMPD     X X   Support establishment of comprehensive, effective and institutionalized transnational victim referral network in South East Europe. $2,030,000 DA, SEED, FSA 2005, 2006
USAID EUR Georgia Georgian Young Lawyers' Association   X X     Increase public awareness, provide legal aid, train professionals, and support the development of trafficking victims' shelters $200,000 FSA 2006
USAID EUR Kosovo Catholic Relief Service (Local NGOs) Protect Victims Prevent Trafficking (PVPT), Kosovo Law Center (KLC), KOPF X X   X Research and public information to better enable partners to reach out to communities; monitoring and advocating for implementation of Kosovo Plan of Action to fight trafficking, assist core NGOs in providing improved victim assistance services. $611,196 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Kosovo Women Network " Qeliza"   x       The six-month campaign project consists of 24 lectures/workshops with women and young girls from the secondary schools across the municipality, publication of posters, brochures and leaflets, two one-hour radio and 6 one-hour TV talk programs, 1 debate and 1 round-table discussions to raise awareness and create a community dialogue about the problems of trafficking in the Gjakova municipality (fourth largest city in Kosovo, close to the border with Albania). $16,360 SEED 2006
DOS/ECA EUR Latvia Mrs. Liesma Ose CIES - Fulbright Visiting Scholar   X     Efficiency of Social Services Provisions for Victims of Human Trafficking $12,850 ECA Base 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Macedonia All for Fair Trials Coalition       x x The coalition 'All for Fair Trials' will monitor trials related to Organized Crime in general and Trafficking in Persons separately in all courts in the Republic of Macedonia. The coalition will gather data about all scheduled hearings related to organized crime including trafficking in persons. The coalition will monitor trials from March 2006 until November 2006 when the coalition will hold round table to discuss the findings of their monitors with representatives of the Judiciary and provide recommendations for enhancement of the trails and the approach to handling organized crime cases from the judiciary. $19,172 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Macedonia Civil Initiative for Equal Opportunities "SEMPER" Bitola   x x     This project will enable training of 20 representatives from 10 NGO's of 10 cities: Bitola, Struga, Tetovo, Kumanovo, Strumica, Gevgelija, Kicevo, Ohrid, Kriva Palanka and Kocani in order to be competent to accompany children victims of trafficking. The representatives from the NGO's (pedagogues, psychologists, health workers, teachers) will be trained in: re-socialization and re-integration program for the children victims of trafficking in Human beings, guide for protection of the children victims of trafficking, children' rights convention, action plan to combat trafficking in children, approach and working with children, gaining communication and social skills, techniques for reducing stress effects. $17,867 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Macedonia Women Organization Radika   x       Target group of 300 youth aged high school students. Project activities will be carried out in the villages of Reka region: Zirovnica, Rostushe, Mogorche, Skudrinje, Dolno Kosovrasti, Gorno Kosovrasti, and Otishani. The project plans to carry out ten workshops for 25-30 participants. Lecturing and informing about trafficking as organized crime act. $8,870 SEED 2006
DOS/PRM EUR Moldova IOM   X X   X Engaging the faith-based community in Moldova to prevent and combat TIP, and assist victims, in the form of training and capacity-building activities for both the Romanian and Russian branches of the Orthodox Churches $350,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
USAID EUR Moldova UNDP     X     Continuation of President's Initiative Activity, providing shelter and victims services for trafficking victims. $900,000 FSA 2006
USAID EUR Romania USDOJ/OPDAT/RLA Bucharest     X X   Improve policy and coordination in anti-trafficking with a focus on prosecution and the judiciary system. $57,630 SEED 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Romania 2000 Femina Roman Association   x       The name of the project is 'Human traffic = SLAVERY' - Informational and educational campaign regarding human traffic prevention among teenagers from the country side and it will be implemented for 10 months in schools from Neamt county. The activities developed with teenagers will be: seminars, debates, contests etc. The project aims to organize an educational and informational campaign for teenagers from 13 to 19 years old regarding human trafficking. $15,943 SEED 2006
DOS/ECA EUR Russia Ms. Elizabeth Hoody IIE - Fulbright US Student X       Domestic Violence and Anti-Trafficking in the Irkutsk Region $23,870 ECA Base 2006
DOS/ECA EUR Russia Mr. Fedor Sinitsyn IIE - Humphrey Program X X X X Research on prevention of trafficking, persecution of traffickers and protection of victims; working with NGOs $65,000 ECA Base 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Russia Center Against Violence and Human Trafficking (Perm)   x       The goal of this project is to step up trafficking prevention and improve assistance to victims by means of providing specialized training to police officers and enhancing cooperation among NGOs and various agencies dealing with trafficking prevention and response. To accomplish this goal, the project will provide training seminars to about 150 police officers and instructors of Police Training Centers. It will produce and disseminate publications intended both for police persons and the general public (a total of 1,700 copies). Information about the project as well as the content of the training will be disseminated via the Center's web site and the "End-Traffick-CIS" emailing list, which has 300 subscribers. The wrap-up workshop will gather about 25 police officers to discuss ways of dissemination of project's outcomes to other regions of Russia and elaborate ways of further NGO-GO collaboration for the future. $15,839 FSA  
DOS/EUR EUR Russia Center for Social Support of Women   x       The ultimate goal of the current project is to establish a multiregional youth volunteer network devoted to trafficking prevention. To accomplish this goal, the project will identify about 25 volunteers in five districts of western and central Russia to form five regional volunteer teams. The project envisions training seminars for regional volunteer teams resulting in the development of trafficking prevention regional action plans. Awareness events to be conducted by volunteer teams in participant districts (10-12 events in every district) will include meetings at schools, colleges, and libraries; dissemination of information materials, demonstration of training videos, guided group discussions, and the training of new volunteers. The project will produce the Trainer's Portfolio (500 copies) to be disseminated as a training tool. It will conclude with a conference to present peer training trafficking prevention programs developed in the course of the project. $18,652 FSA  
DOS/EUR EUR Russia Crisis Center for Women and Children Victims of Domestic Violence "Yekaterina"   x       The goal of the current project is to launch a wide-scale awareness campaign involving broad categories of population in Yekaterinburg and several other districts in the Urals area. To accomplish this goal, the project will conduct a round table for representatives of state agencies, journalists, and NGOs to discuss interagency cooperation in launching a joint response to trafficking. It will hold training seminars for several key target audiences - university teachers, journalists, prosecutors, and NGOs - to expose them to relevant legislation and law-enforcement, tactics used by traffickers, work with at-risk categories, victim support, and others. The project will produce a wide range of information materials totaling more than 2,000 copies and develop a web site focusing on trafficking prevention. The site will consistently alert the public against fraudulent practices used by traffickers and provide on-line consultations. The project will train a team of volunteer students to work as hot line consultants on trafficking prevention issues. The project will wrap up with a conference to discuss cooperation with prosecutors' offices and other government agencies in mounting across-the-board response to human trafficking. $16,160 FSA  
DOS/GTIP EUR Russia MiraMed Institute Angel Coalition X X X   Funds to support the MiraMed Institute and the Angel Coalition combat trafficking in persons in Russia by building government, criminal justice, and civil society capacity to assist victims and apprehend perpetrators. Activities include: building capacity and sustainability of the Angel Coalition; conducting training for federal and regional law enforcement officials; providing education and training for media, tour agencies, dating services, and employment services; and creating a child-friendly system of rescue and rehabilitation for trafficking children in Moscow. $346,000 GTIP Congressional Earmark 2006
DOS/GTIP EUR Russia MiraMed Institute Angel Coalition X X X   Year Two: For MiraMed to continue its work with the Angel Coalition of Russian anti-trafficking NGOs to raise awareness about trafficking, provide assistance to victims, and conduct training for Russian government and law enforcement officials. Second year activities include continuation of the NGO trafficking victim safe house network, opening two new shelter for children trafficked into Moscow, support to the anti-trafficking hotlines operational in Russia and key destination countries. $162,554 INCLE 2004
DOS/GTIP EUR Russia American University/ TraCC   X X X   Year Two: Building awareness of human trafficking among Russian government officials at the local and regional levels. American University/TraCC developed a case-based and interactive training program on combating trafficking in collaboration with NGOs and scholars in Russia. During second year activities, American University/TraCC will implement the curriculum to develop awareness of trafficking among Russia's government officials at the local level responsible for policymaking, legislative and law enforcement/ American University will host two training workshops in Moscow, Saratov, Irkutsk, and Vladivostok and conduct quarterly working group meetings among NGOs, academics and government officials. $125,000 INCLE 2004
USAID EUR Russia ABA-CEELI   X         $250,000 FSA 2006
USAID EUR Russia Winrock   X       Prevention activities in the Russian Far East including increasing the capacity of NGOs, educational institutions and families to prevent human trafficking and reinforce positive qualities in youth. (incremental funding for fourth year) $838,198 FSA 2006
DOS/ECA EUR Turkey Mrs. Ilknur Altuntas IIE - Humphrey Program     X   Strengthen background to increase and improve on the prosecution and conviction of traffickers in Turkey, prepare victims for judicial system $65,000 ECA Base 2006
DOS/EUR EUR Ukraine Poltava Business Incubator   x       The applicant proposes to raise public awareness of trafficking issues in eight rayons of Poltava Oblast and strengthen cooperation between NGOs, government and media to prevent trafficking in persons. The target audience for this project is vocational school students, the unemployed and women in 8 rayons. Project activities include surveys to determine awareness of trafficking issues, educational seminars and roundtables with local officials, an informational booklet, a program on local TV, and a final public hearing on the survey results. $8,305 FSA  
DOS/EUR EUR Ukraine Vira, Nadiya, Liubov, Rivne Charity Organization   x x     Faith, Hope, Love will contribute to the prevention of trafficking in persons through offering an alternative to those who seek work abroad. The NGO will provide women in Odesa Oblast with the skills and tools necessary for successful participation in the Ukrainian economy and civil society. The organization will reach out to women marginalized by society, including returning trafficking victims. The initiative will provide workforce development and business development training, legal and psychological consultation, networking opportunities, optional internships, job placement assistance, and will facilitate access to credit. This project is based on the successful Women's Economic Empowerment and Anti-Trafficking Programs implemented in Ukraine by USAID in the past. The target audience for the project will include marginalized women such as returning victims of trafficking, HIV/AIDS-positive women, women in prostitution who wish to reintegrate into society, single mothers, and victims of domestic violence. The women who will participate in the program will receive an opportunity to gain steady employment with room for advancement, obtain a higher wage, or to start new businesses. The project will result in rehabilitating newly returned victims of human trafficking as well as preventing trafficking in persons in Odesa Oblast. $11,542 FSA  
USAID EUR Ukraine IOM Ukrainian NGOs TBD X X X X Direct support to victim assistance and prevention work of NGOs, faith based organizations and other local groups; development of public/private NGO networks at local, national and transnational levels; improved information on scope of trafficking. $1,000,000 FSA 2006
DOS/ECA Global AF/WHA/EAP/
NEA/SCA/EUR
106 International Visitors The International Visitor Leadership Program X X X X 106 government officials, human rights activists, law enforcement officials, and NGO representatives explore U.S. efforts to combat trafficking in persons at the local, state, and national levels. $2,014,000 ECA Base 2006
DOS/GTIP GLOBAL Geneva, Switzerland IOM   X     X Funds to contribute to the expansion of the IOM Global Database which collects information on the TIP victims assisted by IOM. The database compiles a unique level of detail on individual victims and their experiences. Note: The grant was actually for $400,000; $150,000 was accounted for previously in the FY05 chart, and due to circumstances on the ground G/TIP had to reprogram it. $250,000 ESF ($200,000); INCLE ($50,000) 2005 ESF; 2004 INCLE
DOL/ILAB Global Global ORC-Macro         X (1) conduct a desk review of available literature on the use of forced adult and child labor in the production of products in selected countries; (2) carry out a desk review of available literature on the use of child labor in the production of products in selected countries; and (3) conduct in-country data collection on the use of forced adult and child labor as well as child labor in the production of products in selected countries. Countries in which in-country research is to be carried out will be selected based on data gathered through the desk reviews. $299,775 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
USAID Global Global Chemonics International 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. $687,209 DA 2006
DOS/PRM Global Global IOM   X       Development and launch of training modules to train government officials and NGOs on major anti-trafficking issues relating to victims' assistance and protection. Development of one module focused on Performance Indicator Tools for anti-TIP programs (3Ps). $137,367 MRA 2006
DOS/PRM Global Global IOM   X       Counter-trafficking training for religious personnel (Catholic, Orthodox, Buddhist) $200,000 MRA 2006
DOS/PRM NEA Morocco IOM   X X     Capacity-building of government and NGO representatives to prevent and combat TIP, and assist victims, through delivery of the Counter-trafficking Training Modules that were developed by IOM and funded by PRM. $50,000 MRA 2006
DOS/GTIP NEA Middle East - Special Project: Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, UAE, Saudi Arabia Protection Project   X X    


To provide legislative assistance to combat labor trafficking in six Persian Gulf countries consisting of technical assistance in drafting comprehensive anti-trafficking legislation, building alliances with NGOs and other members of civil society to support legislative reform, and organizing a regional summit to seek collective endorsement of amendments to domestic legislation and beginning regional cooperation.


$250,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/PRM SCA Afghanistan IOM   X X     Conduct a series of workshops to train Afghan Officials about trafficking in persons, institute reporting mechanisms and guidelines to provide assistance to TIP victims $69,993 MRA 2006
USAID SCA Bangladesh IOM   X X X   Activities to strengthen counter-trafficking interventions in prevention, protection, rescue, voluntary repatriation and prosecution. $900,000 DA 2006
DOL/ILAB SCA India International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   X       The project will work with migrant children who are at high risk of being trafficked. Children are working in suburban areas of Mumbai, Jalna (Maharashtra) and Thiruvallur (Tamil Nadu), who have migrated either with their families to work in the brick kiln, sugar cane, and zari (embroidery) manufacturing sectors. Some work will also done in sending areas in Bihar state. $548,000 POTUS
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2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNODC       X   For UNODC to expand its law enforcement training to Hyderabad (an additional city to the UNODC law enforcement project). $500,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNIFEM Sthree, Adhar Kendra, Odanad, Seva Sarnsthe, Sanloap, Prayas X X     To fund key NGOs that support/promote USG policy and assist TIP victims via UNIFEM. $515,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNIFEM Prerana, Apne Aap, St Catherine's Home, Save the Children/SOS X X     Victim return and reintegration assistance by civil society organizations in collaboration with law enforcement efforts. $500,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNIFEM Bhoornixa Vihar, Bhoruka, Impulse NGO Network, Apne Aap Women   X     Anti-TIP programs along borders and expanded short-stay transit homes. $350,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP SCA India Daywalka Foundation / Freedom Firm     X X   For the Daywalka Foundation to work with the Freedom Firm to promote investigation, prosecution, and conviction of traffickers. The project will facilitate the rescue of children forced into prostitution and seek justice against the traffickers; mobilize law enforcement agencies to rescue victims and arrest perpetrators; and assist the legal system in the prosecution of perpetrators. The project will support a Regional Intervention Unit comprised of up to ten people on two teams serving as investigators, lawyers, and social workers that will deploy to identify minor girls in prostitution, convey that information to the police and conduct an intervention to rescue the girls. $150,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNIFEM Apne Aap   X X X Funds for Apne Aap to continue operating its community outreach centers in high-risk trafficking locations in Bihar, West Benegal, New Delhi, and Maharashtra. The centers target children at risk for second generation prostitution and provide them educational opportunities. The centers also work with the mothers to pull them out of prostitution. $323,000 ESF 2005
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNIFEM HELP   X X X Funds for HELP to continue its work to improve anti-trafficking activities through victim assistance and legal advocacy. $30,000 ESF 2005
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNIFEM Bachpan Bachao Andolan   X X X Bachpan Bachao Andolan will work to raise public awareness about child labor trafficking through an awareness campaign. The project will also gather information about children trafficked into labor exploitation and work with authorities to rescue them. The NGO will also provide former victims with rehabilitative assistance. $100,000 ESF 2005
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNIFEM Prayas   X X X Prayas will continue to provide child trafficking victims with comprehensive assistance and educational opportunities. $40,000 ESF 2005
DOS/GTIP SCA India UNIFEM Overhead/Administrative Fees         Funds to support UNIFEM administration and management of the four projects above. $62,204 ESF 2005
DOS/GTIP SCA India World Bank/IFC   X       Funding to identify, expand, and create income generating, and therefore job creating, opportunities for victims of trafficking and modern-day slavery by replicating the successful Hagar business model in India. The grantee will conduct an in-depth country appraisal to establish the viability of replicating Hagar's business model in India with existing local organizations by examining four different replication models; select one or two business models for implementation with proposed Indian partners; and select local partner organizations and create a development plan. $250,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP SCA India International Justice Mission (IJM)     X X   Year Two: IJM to expand its operation to Bangalore and concentrated its efforts on combating trafficking for forced labor. In Bangalor, IJM will replicate its activities to initiate investigations that identify trafficking victims; secure release of the victims through coordination with local law enforcement; and facilitate the placement of the rescued victims. $254,360 INCLE 2004
DOS/PRM SCA India IOM     X     Assistance to TIP victims, including protection, return transportation, and reintegration assistance in province/country of origin, including income generating activities. $500,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/EUR SCA Kazakhstan Phoenix Center for Development and Adaption   x       The center will focus on orphans and their needs to help them adjust to new conditions and to prevent them from becoming victims of modern-day slavery. Due to their confinement in orphanages and lack of access to information, orphans are a most vulnerable group and could become victims of traffickers. The goal of this project is to train orphans and educate them about their rights, as well as provide counseling and legal assistance. The center is also providing legal and psychological assistance to those who are trafficking victims and are psychologically traumatized. They need legal and psychological support because they risk being an easy target for traffickers again. The other goal of the organization is to reintegrate victims, helping them return to social life and recover. $14,797 FSA  
DOS/INL SCA Kazakhstan IOM   X       Continue public outreach and to advocate for continued legal reform in the area of trafficking in persons $200,000 FSA $2,006
DOS/INL SCA Kazakhstan Embassy           Improve repatriation rates of trafficked women and provide GOK investigators with intelligence on traffickers and establish and equip an anti-TIP training center at the MVD academy in Karaganda $221,500 FSA 2006
USAID SCA Kazakhstan IOM   X X     Building and improving local and administrative capacity including awareness raising among vulnerable groups, vocational training, crisis center, shelters, and training for government and private sector leaders. $826,488 FSA 2006
USAID SCA Kyrgyzstan IOM   X X     Building and improving local and administrative capacity including awareness raising among vulnerable groups, vocational training, crisis center, shelters, and training for government and private sector leaders. $384,150 FSA 2006
DOL/ILAB SCA Nepal International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   X       One component of this project is to create an enabling environment for the effective implementation of the Kamaiya Labor Prohibition Act and the Child Labor Prohibition Act. Activities include identification of communities and pertinent issues for awareness raising on the negative effects of child bonded labor and trafficking in children; Mobilization for awareness raising activities; Development of audio, video, print and other materials against child bonded labor, bonded labor, and trafficking in children; Observing World Day Against Child Labor (June 12) for raising awareness on issues of child bonded labor and trafficking in children. $2,000,000 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
DOS/GTIP SCA Pakistan IOM     X     Funding to support IOM conduct an extensive public awareness campaign throughout Pakistan. IOM will target thirty villages for public awareness through interactive plays for both male and female audiences; introducing officers from the FIA anti-trafficking unit to local NGOs, community-based organizations, and local government officials. $111,566 ESF 2005
USAID SCA South Asia Regional UNODC     X     Work with regional governments to officially endorse the protocols for minimum standards and guidelines on safe migration policy $819,000 DA 2006
DOS/INL SCA Tajikistan IO IOM X X X   The project will strengthen the capacities of the NGO responsible for the shelter and develop a referral mechanism among partners assisting TIP victims. $100,000 FSA 2006
DOS/INL SCA Tajikistan IO IOM   X X   Enhancing Legislation on Combating TIP $200,000 FSA 2005
DOS/INL SCA Tajikistan IO IOM   X     Shelter for Assistance to Victims $500,000 FSA 2005
USAID SCA Tajikistan IOM   X X     Building and improving local and administrative capacity including awareness raising among vulnerable groups, vocational training, crisis center, shelters, and training for government and private sector leaders. $452,442 FSA 2006
DOS/INL SCA Uzbekistan IO IOM     X   Anti-trafficking Enforcement Unit: The project aims to combat trafficking in persons and protect victims of trafficking, by developing the capacity of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and judges directly dealing with trafficking cases. $335,000 FSA 2005
USAID SCA Uzbekistan IOM   X X     Building and improving local and administrative capacity including awareness raising among vulnerable groups, vocational training, crisis center, shelters, and training for government and private sector leaders. $863,113 FSA 2006
DOS/PRM WHA Argentina IOM   X X   X Provide continuing capacity building activities for government and NGOs, as well and the development and dissemination of an information campaign. $175,000 MRA 2006
DOS/GTIP WHA Bahamas IOM       X   IOM conducted a successful anti-TIP training course in the Bahamas for Caribbean-base law enforcement. The government of the Bahamas supported the training; Suriname officials incurred additional expenses due to a change in flight availability. $8,714 INCLE 2004
USAID WHA Brazil ILO   X X   X Strengthen victim protection by consolidating and disseminating appropriate referral systems and methodologies for victims of CSE; intensify partnerships with local universities. $100,000 ESF 2005
USAID WHA Brazil Partners of the Americas   X X   X Support the GOB in the replication of a pilot service methodology for children and adolescents victims of TIP and commercial sexual exploitation; develop an effective local and national case notification system to track service provision. $85,000 ESF 2005
USAID WHA Brazil IBRAD Brazilian Institute for Development Administration         X Research on trafficking in persons and commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in mining areas $23,699 ESF ($15,000) and CD - a form of DA ($8,699) ESF 2005; CD 2006
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, government capacity-building as well as development of a stakeholders' network. $144,971 MRA 2006
DOL/ILAB WHA Dominican Republic International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   X X     The project will provide technical assistance to government agencies to strengthen their capacity to implement the National Plan of Action to Eradicate the Worst Forms of Child Labor and the National Plan of Action to Eradicate Child Abuse and the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children; and raise awareness on exploitive child labor through the wide dissemination of informational publications. In collaboration with government agencies, the project will also facilitate the collection and monitoring of data on child labor, including CSEC. In addition, the project will support legislative reforms to make the Minors Code, Criminal Code and the Law on Trafficking in and Smuggling of Persons consistent with international commitments, and will promote the enforcement of these laws.
$2,700,000 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
DOS/GTIP WHA Dominican Republic ACILS   X X X   Educate Dominicans and Haitians and their families about their families about trafficking as well as local employers and other community members, with the goal of discouraging these populations from accepting false offers of employment institutionalizing the theme of trafficking in persons as a core area of worker representation within trade unions in the hotel, agriculture, construction and trade zone sectors. $160,000 ESF 2005
DOS/PRM WHA Dominican Republic IOM   X X     Project will focus on providing protection to returned victims of trafficking, including psychosocial and reintegration assistance. $85,000 MRA 2006
USAID WHA Ecuador IOM   X X X X Support for the national anti-trafficking plan including assistance to the government in implementing it, advertising and other support for the trafficking hotline. $250,000 ESF 2005
USAID WHA Ecuador TBD     X     Shelter pilot program, as required by the TVPRA 2005 (EGAT/WID) $250,000 DA 2006
DOL/ILAB WHA El Salvador International Labor Organization - International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor   X X     The project will provide technical assistance to government agencies to strengthen their institutional capacities to address exploitive child labor. To strengthen the country's capacity to combat CSEC and the trafficking of children for CSE, the project proposes to promote further legislative changes to close loopholes and provide better protection for victims; provide specialized training for key actors in the judicial system (National Police, the Office of the Attorney General, Supreme Court of Justice); and monitor CSEC cases brought before the courts throughout the process. $3,380,000 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
DOS/GTIP WHA El Salvador SAVE THE CHILDREN           Facilitate a protective environment that enables the rehabilitation and reintegration of child victims and survivors of human trafficking by increasing government and civil societies capacity to protect and seek justice for those victims and survivors. Project activities include publication of training materials in coordination with other NGOs and IOs; bilateral training and educational workshops; victim service protocol development; and formalization of advocacy action plans for municipalities. $160,000 ESF 2005
DOS/PRM WHA El Salvador IOM     X     Support the Government of El Salvador's Counter-trafficking Committee and IOM-implemented Trafficking shelter through provision of a technical expert to consult on protection matters. $10,000 MRA 2006
DOS/PRM WHA Haiti IOM   X X   X Provision of shelter, protection, and assistance to child trafficking victims; NGO capacity-building. $190,000 MRA 2006
USAID WHA Haiti Pan American Development Foundation   X X X   National and local awareness campaigns, support for organizations that provide shelter, education, vocational training and other services for rescued children, training for NGO staff and government officials to combat trafficking, (incremental funding) $500,000 DA 2006
DOS/GTIP WHA Mexico USAID Management Systems International & Academy for Educational Development (AED) X X     Funds from G/TIP for USAID to continue to engage civil society and NGOs to promote discussions with the newly sworn-in Federal Congress for the passage of the anti-trafficking in persons law. It also complements an existing effort focused on assisting two Mexican states to adopt similar legislation. USAID will raise awareness about the proposed legislation through a network of civil society NGOs. $153,250 POTUS Initiative 2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP WHA Mexico US EMBASSY PAS/ Mexican Center for Study and Research in Development and Social Assistance (CEIDAS) Ricky Martin Foundation and others TBD X       PAS and CEIDAS will carry out a variety of activities: development and placement of TIP PSAs for TV, radio and newspapers; journalist reporting tours to the borders; voluntary-visitor style professional exchanges; host experts to speak on TIP; and convene a regional conference. $350,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/PRM WHA Mexico IOM   X X     Support training to NGO representatives and government officials on trafficking in persons, with a particular focus on capacity building, victim identification, and reintegration, as a complement to the PRM-funded President's Initiative program in Mexico. $116,114 MRA 2006
USAID WHA Mexico AED Management Systems International   X     USAID identifies shelters that can properly protect victims and provide services that enable them to become strong witnesses for the prosecution. USAID identifies shelters and USG agencies in Mexico collaborate to identify the areas of concentration. $2,634,660 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
USAID WHA Mexico Personal Services Contracts   X X X   Staff time of three individuals to administer anti-trafficking activities $165,340 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
USAID WHA Mexico Casals   X X X   To engage civil society (including a national network of NGOs) in promoting passage of anti-trafficking legislation and development of shelter programs for victims. $200,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/GTIP WHA Mexico, CA, SA Regional Interagency Agreement (IAA) INL - DOJ Institute for Intergovernmental Research through the Bureau of Justice Assistance     X   Development of a "stand alone" Spanish language Curriculum designed for training all members of a human trafficking task force. The project will improve and expand and then translate into Spanish the existing COPS Train the Trainer Trafficking Curriculum also produced by IIR. Several Spanish legal and trafficking experts will assist. $200,000 POTUS
Initiative
2005 ESF
DOS/PRM WHA Nicaragua IOM   X       Pilot return and reintegration program for TIP victims in Nicaragua that will provide return and reintegration, including travel, temporary shelter, medical and psychological services, and education training. $201,438 MRA 2006
DOL/ILAB WHA Peru International Youth Foundation   X X     The targeted sectors include hazardous labor (street vendors, shoe shiners, baggage handlers and porters, and other types of child labor) and children in the worst forms of child labor (drug trafficking, commercial sexual exploitation, other unconditional worst forms of child labor). The project will use specialized program knowledge and experience to provide a comprehensive package that includes formal and non-formal education, skills training, pre-vocational and vocational training, counseling, social support, and shelters for children needing to leave abusive situations. $5,000,000 DOL FY06 Appropriations 2006
DOS/PRM WHA Regional IOM   X       Support for regional information campaign, including through documentation of victims' testimonies, as well as providing a consultant to build the capacity of relevant ministries in member governments of the Regional Conference on Migration to better distribute public service announcements inexpensively. $80,000 MRA 2006
DOS/PRM WHA Regional IOM   X       This project provides return and reintegration for trafficking victims from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, working with relevant government ministries and NGOs, to provide a range of services, including medical, psychological and social assistance, lodging, legal advice and voluntary return to place of origin under secure conditions. $50,000 MRA 2006
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 $150,000 MRA 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA El Cajon, CA Center for Social Advocacy   X X     Center for Social Advocacy, a civil rights organization, will educate Spanish-speaking and Mizteco immigrant laborers about their human rights and distribute relevant resources. Service providers will also be educated. This project aims to identify victims of trafficking and to prosecute at least 1 trafficker or labor boss. $27,502 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA US / Detroit, MI Alternatives for Girls   X X     Alternatives For Girls will conduct outreach to high-risk female teens and young women, including individuals in prostitution and unaccompanied runaway or homeless youth, especially along the Canadian/US border. The organization will also offer basic care and case management referrals to intercepted labor trafficking victims. They will establish or strengthen partnerships with the local law enforcement divisions, social service groups, and community agencies . $25,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA Northern Marianas   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $448,083 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA Shared Hope International X X Congressional Earmark - to assist selected task forces in assisting child victims of commercial sex trafficking within the U. S. $987,228 DOJ/OJP 2006
DOJ/NIJ USA USA Caliber Associates, an ICF International Company American Prosecutors Research Institute       X This study will be an examination of the effect of existing legislation on successful prosecution of human trafficking cases. Surveys of federal and state attorneys, interviews with key stakeholders, and analysis of legislation and legal cases inside and
outside the U.S. will be used to identify key issues in prosecution and lessons learned.
$189,420 DOJ/NIJ Base 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA The Salvation Army, Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division   X X     The Salvation Army, Western Territory, Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division (TSA HI) will develop victim service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of trafficking. Comprehensive services will be provided to pre-certified trafficking victims in the State of Hawaii and the Territory of American Samoa. TSA HI will also: build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a 36-month period. TSA HI will work collaboratively with the local law enforcement task forces already working in Hawaii and American Samoa. TSA HI will also implement a reimbursement program to provide funds to those providers on the islands of Saipan and Guam who are serving trafficking victims, and support the transportation of those victims if required for their personal safety or to support prosecution efforts. This project is funded through January 2009. $700,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach           The Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach will provide comprehensive services to pre-certified trafficking victims in the San Francisco bay area; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims. This project is funded through June 30, 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition   X X     Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase the awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims in San Diego County. The project will be supported through June 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Catholic Charities Archdiocese of San Antonio   X X     Catholic Charities will provide comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of human trafficking identified in Bexar County/ San Antonio, Texas. The grantee will also conduct outreach and public awareness activities regarding the rights and services available to victims of trafficking within the 32 counties impacted by Catholic Charities programs. This project will be supported through July 31, 2009. $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Civil Society   X X     Victim service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of trafficking during the pre-certification period. Civil Society will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims in the state of Minnesota; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims in Minnesota over a 3-year period. This project is funded through September 30, 2008. $500,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking   X X     The Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) will provide comprehensive services to pre-certified trafficking victims in the Los Angeles Metropolitan area; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims. This project is funded through June 30, 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Guma' Esperansa-Karidat           Victim services to persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of trafficking during the pre-certification period. Karidat Social Services will provide victim services to persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of trafficking during the pre-certification period. Karidat Social Services will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a three year period. This project is funded through July 31, 2009. $449,793 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights   X X     Heartland Alliance will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims located within the 150 mile radius of Chicago, Illinois, including parts of Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Illinois; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims within the identified geographic area. The grantee will coordinate with BJA funded Anti-Trafficking Task Forces in Chicago and Milwaukee. This project will be supported through 9/30/2008. $500,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Hope House, Inc.   X X     Service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of trafficking during the pre-certification period. Hope House, Inc. will expand victim service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of trafficking during the pre-certification period. Hope House will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims in Western Missouri; collaborate with the local law enforcement task force; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a three year period. This project ends July 31, 2009. $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA City of Indianapolis The Julian Center X X     The Indianapolis Police Department will contract with the Julian Center to provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims in the city of Indianapolis and throughout Marion County, Indiana; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a 36 month period. This project will be supported through 9/30/2008. $500,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA International Institute of Boston   X X     International Institute of Boston will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase the awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims in the state of Massachusetts. The project will be supported through June 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA International Institute of Buffalo   X X     The International Institute of Buffalo will expand victim service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of trafficking during the pre-certification period. The International Institute of Buffalo will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims in the Buffalo, NY area; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a three year period. This project is funded through July 31, 2009. $449,708 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA International Institute of Connecticut, Inc   X X     The International Institute of Connecticut (IIC) will provide comprehensive services to pre-certified trafficking victims; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase the awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims within the state of Connecticut over a 3-year project period. This project will be supported through 9/30/2008. $500,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA International Institute of Metropolitan St. Louis   X X     The International Institute of Metropolitan St. Louis will develop a victim service program for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of human trafficking. The Institute will provide comprehensive services to victims in the St. Louis area; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims in the St. Louis and surrounding areas over a 36-month period. This project will end 9/30/2008. $499,974 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA International Rescue Committee (Arizona)   X X     The International Rescue Committee in Arizona, in partnership with Medical Professional Associates of Arizona, the Salvation Army, and contracted immigration attorneys, will provide legal services, comprehensive health and social services, and outreach services to trafficking victims. Other services include public awareness activities, law enforcement education, and training provision to social service providers on topics related to trafficking. The project will be supported through June 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA International Rescue Committee (Florida)   X X     The Florida Freedom Partnership is a Miami-based partnership comprised of the IRC, the Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center, the Salvation Army, and Victims Services Center. In collaboration, the above agencies will provide case management, food, shelter, legal, and mental health services to victims in the pre-certification period. The partners will also conduct outreach and education activities in local communities as well as provide topical training related to trafficking to legal and social service providers in the area. The project will be supported through June 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA International Rescue Committee (Washington)   X X     International Rescue Committee will provide comprehensive services to precertified trafficking victims in Washington State; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims. This project is funded through June 30, 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Mosaic Family Services, Inc.   X X     Mosaic Family Services, Inc. will provide comprehensive services to pre-certified trafficking victims in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Tarrant and Collin Counties in Texas; collaborate with the local law enforcement task force in Dallas and Fort Worth; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims. This project is funded through July 31, 2009. $743,962 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Refugee Women's Network, Inc.   X X     Refugee Women's Network will develop, expand, or strengthen victim service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of severe forms of human trafficking of persons during the pre-certification phase in the state of Georgia. This project will support two law enforcement task forces (Atlanta and Cobb County) through 06/30/2007. $221,250 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Refugee Services of Texas   X X     Refugee Services of Texas will provide comprehensive services to pre-certified trafficking victims in the central Texas area; build community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over an 18-month period. This project will end 6/30/2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Safe Horizon   X X     Safe Horizon will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase the awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims in New York City and Nassau County, Long Island. The project will be supported through September 2008. $1,100,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Salvation Army Western Territory     X     The Salvation Army Western Territories will strengthen victim service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of severe forms of human trafficking of persons during the pre-certification phase in Alaska, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. The grantee developed four comprehensive service sites in El Paso, Texas; Denver, Colorado; and Anchorage, Alaska. The Anchorage and Denver sites will be supported through 8/31/2008, while the remaining sites will be supported through November, 2007. $499,992 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA The Salvation Army, Las Vegas   X X     The Salvation Army, Las Vegas will strengthen victim service programs for pre-certified victims of trafficking identified in the Las Vegas, Nevada region. The grantee will work to build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs and will provide training to increase the awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of victims in Las Vegas, Nevada. This project will be supported through 7/31/2009. $449,997 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA Tides Center   X X X   The Tides Center/ Utah Health & Human Rights Project will expand victim service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of a severe form of trafficking during the pre-certification period. The Tides Center/ Utah Health & Human Rights Project will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims in the state of Utah; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims over a three year period. This project is funded through July 31, 2009. $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Inc. - Oregon   X X     The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops will provide comprehensive services to pre-certified trafficking victims in the State of Oregon; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims. This project is funded through June 30, 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Inc. -Mid-Atlantic   X X     The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops will provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims; build effective community service networks to respond to victims' needs; and provide training to increase the awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public of the rights and needs of trafficking victims in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The project will be supported through June 2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA World Relief Corporation     X     World Relief will develop, expand, or strengthen victim service programs for persons who have been identified by federal law enforcement as victims of severe forms of human trafficking of persons during the pre-certification phase. The grantee oversees five comprehensive service sites in High Point, Nashville, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Lee County, FL. The Lee County site is funded through 9/30/2008, while the other sites will discontinue receiving funds 06/30/2007. $1,050,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/OVC USA USA YMCA of the Greater Houston Area   X X     The YMCA will provide comprehensive services to victims of trafficking in Southeast Texas; build effective community service networks to respond to victim's needs; and provide training to increase awareness among criminal justice entities, social service providers, and the public regarding the rights and needs of trafficking victims. This project will be supported through 6/30/2007. $295,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
HHS/ASPE USA USA Caliber Associates, an ICF International Company         X Study of HHS Programs Serving US Domestic Human Trafficking Victims $330,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA US Conference of Catholic Bishops 60+ sub-contractors X X     Per-capita services and case management to victims of human trafficking $2,500,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA Lockheed Martin Covenant House X X     National Human Trafficking Resource Center (Hotline) development and management; materials distribution $500,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA General Dynamics Polaris Project X       Technical Assistance Contract $139,417 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA Ketchum Capitol City Partners X       National Human Trafficking Public Awareness campaign; coalition development $2,600,000 HHS Appropriations 2005/ 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Birmingham, AL Southeastern Network of Youth Services - Alabama   X X     Southeastern Network of Youth and Family Services will partner other NGOs to expand their outreach services to runaway and homeless youths vulnerable to trafficking. Contacts will be made to community organization that may come in contact with victims of human trafficking. $90,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Chicago, IL Salvation Army - Chicago Social Services   X X     The Salvation Army will implement an intervention model based on substance abuse literature to identify victims, engage them in the project, and assist victims to leave trafficking. $125,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Dallas, TX Mosaic Family Services   X X     Mosaic Family Services will utilize a multidisciplinary task force to identify victims of trafficking and provide them with services such as case management, referrals to legal services, medical care, immigration assistance, counseling, and employment assistance. $123,585 HHS Appropriations 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Florida Clearwater   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Florida Immigrants Rights Advocacy Center Subawards pending X X     IRAC will spearhead overall educational and outreach efforts related to human trafficking throughout its region. It will also assess the human trafficking situation in its geographic area and make sub-awards of 60 percent of its contracts to other local organizations to raise awareness about human trafficking and assist in identifying and rescuing victims. $666,668 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Los Angeles, CA Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking   X X     A coalition of community and ethnic organizations will implement Sex Trafficking Outreach Project to target Russian, Korean and other victims of sex trafficking. The organization will also offer services and comprehensive case management to intercepted labor trafficking victims. Direct outreach will be made to potential victims in venue where their presence is likely. Efforts will be made to raise public awareness of trafficking. $75,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Louisiana Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Milwaukee, WI Practical Strategies Subawards pending X X     Practical Strategies will spearhead overall educational and outreach efforts related to human trafficking throughout its region. It will also assess the human trafficking situation in its geographic area and make sub-awards of 60 percent of its contracts to other local organizations to raise awareness about human trafficking and assist in identifying and rescuing victims. $172,266 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Minnesota Civil Society Subawards pending X X     Civil Society will spearhead overall educational and outreach efforts related to human trafficking throughout its region. It will also assess the human trafficking situation in its geographic area and make sub-awards of 60 percent of its contracts to other local organizations to raise awareness about human trafficking and assist in identifying and rescuing victims. $348,032 HHS Appropriations 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Missouri Independence   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Monmouth, Ocean, Burlington, Camden, Atlantic, Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland, and Cape May counties Catholic Charities of Camden, Ocean, and Cape May, NJ   X X     Catholic Charities of Diocese of Camden will partner with Rural Opportunities and USCCB/MRS to conduct direct person-to-person outreach and to offer services to migrant farm workers involved in trafficking. Educational outreach will be made through focus groups, informal meetings, and already-existing structures. $70,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Nat'l Scope Congressnl Earmark Supporting Development of State Anti-TIP Statutes X X Congressional Earmark Supporting Development of State Anti-TIP Statutes $493,614 DOJ/OJP 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Nevada Las Vegas   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $369,572 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / New York Erie County Sheriff's Department   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / New York, NY Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS)   X X     Girls Educational and Mentoring Services is the only agency in New York City targeting young women ages 12-21, predominantly of color and from low-income background, who may be involved in or at risk for sexual exploitation and trafficking. GEMS will increase person-to-person outreach at prostitution locations, shelters, group homes, and detention facilities. The organization will also offer services and case management referrals to intercepted labor trafficking victims. $102,799 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Newark, Polaris Project   X X     Polaris Project's New Jersey Victim Outreach Project will coordinate direct outreach efforts with the New Jersey Statewide Human Trafficking Taskforce. The team will target Asian, Eastern European, Latin American, and foreign national women and children in the commercial sex industry, as well as Latin American migrant farmers in low-wage industries. A multi-lingual 24-hour hotline service will also be available for self-reporting. $114,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Orlando, FL Southeastern Network of Youth Services - Florida   X X     Southeastern Network of Youth and Family Services will partner other NGOs to expand their outreach services to runaway and homeless youths vulnerable to trafficking. Contacts will be made to community organization that may come in contact with victims of human trafficking. $46,700 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Phoenix, AZ International Rescue Committee   X X     International Rescue Committee Phoenix will work with community partners to implement a media outreach campaign, as well as person-to-person outreach activities to victims of forced labor within the Latino Community. The organization will also offer case management referrals to intercepted sex trafficking victims. They will utilize linguistically and culturally appropriate mediums in venues frequently visited by their target population. $103,779 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Phoenix, AZ Catholic Social Services of Maricopa County, AZ   X X     Catholic Charities Community Services will identify and educate sex trafficking victims, offer them basic supplies, provide interpreter services, case management, and coordinate transportation to safe houses. The organization will also offer case management referral to intercepted labor trafficking victims. Outreach activities will take place in areas where known prostitution and trafficking occur such as truck stops, Home Depots, gas stations, etc. Outreach workers will also participate in police sting operations to identify victims. $101,462 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / San Francisco, CA Sage Project   X X     Sage will conduct street outreach and offer comprehensive service provision to trafficking victims. They will also spearhead community networking and offer training necessary to create a sustainable, diverse anti-trafficking infrastructure. $121,979 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Southern California Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition Subawards pending X X     BSCC will spearhead overall educational and outreach efforts related to human trafficking throughout its region. It will also assess the human trafficking situation in its geographic area and make sub-awards of 60 percent of its contracts to other local organizations to raise awareness about human trafficking and assist in identifying and rescuing victims. $597,117 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Springfield, IL Positive Options, referrals & Alternatives   X X     Positive Options, Referrals and Alternatives, Inc. will expand its trafficking outreach services to include street and fixed site outreach activities; collaboration with local social services agencies, churches, and businesses; and media outreach through billboards and internet announcements. $115,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / St. Paul, MN Breaking Free   X X     The proposed project combines and enhances the current outreach strengths of Breaking Free, an organization that serves prostituted women and girls and battered women, and the legal service expertise of Civil Society, an agency with extensive experience in serving immigrants and refugees. $110,000 HHS Appropriations 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Texas Fort Worth   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Texas Bexar County   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $406,862 DOJ/OVC 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Texas Dallas   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Tucker, GA Tapestri   X X     Tapestri will facilitate focus groups in Latino, Brazilian, and Korean communities to create "best practices" approaches to anti-trafficking outreach. In addition, educational trainings will be offered to health-care providers, faith-based organization, and other organizations within the three target communities. $75,310 HHS Appropriations 2006
DOJ/BJA USA USA / Utah Salt Lake City   X Victim Centered Human Trafficking Task Force $450,000 DOJ/OVC 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA / Weslaco, TX Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid   X X     Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid's anti-trafficking project, End Trafficking Today, will conduct person-to-person outreach to inform potential victims of their rights and available resources. Additional activities will be implemented to educate identified communities about human trafficking. $71,871 HHS Appropriations 2006
HHS/ORR/ACF USA USA/Rochester, NY Farmworker Legal Services of NY   X X     Farm worker Legal Services, in partnership with the Institutional Institute of Buffalo, will concentrate its migrant labor outreach education program on 25 camps notorious for trafficking. The organization will also provide case management and services referrals to intercepted sex trafficking victims. $72,734 HHS Appropriations 2006
DOJ/NIJ USA/EAP USA, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, China, Singapore Rutgers University         X This study will be an examination of the underlying reasons, method, characteristics, and groups involved in the illicit movement of women from China to elsewhere in Asia and the U.S. Interviews will be conducted at seven research sites: Hong Kong/Macau, Tokyo, Taipei, Bangkok, Singapore, New York City, and Los Angeles. Approximately 300 interviews will be conducted. $284,287 DOJ/NIJ Base 2006
DOJ/NIJ USA/EUR USA / EUR Philip Reichel         X The goal of this project is to identify how cross-national collaboration experiences in Europe may provide useful knowledge for improving cross-national collaboration efforts between Canada and the U.S. Specifically, the goal is to more clearly understand how European countries are accomplishing cross-national collaboration to combat human trafficking and to use those European experiences to develop suggestions for improving U.S.-Canada anti-trafficking Cross-National Collaboration and Human Trafficking. $20,000 NIJ Base 2006
DOJ/NIJ USA/EUR USA / Sweden John Picarelli         X The goal of the project is to provide an empirically-grounded assessment of each country's successes in fighting sex trafficking to make sound recommendations to policymakers and practitioners on where each country's efforts can realistically inform the others. $20,000 DOJ/NIJ Base 2006


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