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Providing Technical Assistance for Global Anti-trafficking Activities   

The Technical Assistance for USAID Anti-trafficking Activities project under the Women in Development indefinite quantity contract is supporting USAID globally in identifying and developing activities to address trafficking, assessing existing activities, and initiating pilot projects in selected USAID missions.

Every nation in the world is involved in human trafficking as a country of origin, transit, or destination, and in many cases, a combination of these. Recent U.S. government estimates indicate that 800,000 to 900,000 people are trafficked annually across international borders, earning perpetrators $7-10 billion a year. Trafficking in people is a crosscutting development challenge that involves issues of gender, health, human rights, rule of law, and anti-corruption.

 
In partnership with USAID, Chemonics is addressing trafficking on several fronts. The Technical Assistance for USAID Anti-trafficking Activities project under the Women in Development indefinite quantity contract provides assistance to USAID/Washington and missions in the field to strengthen the quality of anti-trafficking programming and expand knowledge of trafficking issues. To achieve this objective, the project supports USAID in identifying and developing anti-trafficking activities, as well as in assessing current anti-trafficking programs and designing and launching new ones.

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