C-TIP PROGRAMS IN AFRICA

 

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Implementer: UNICEF
Amount Awarded: $1 million (FY 12)
Duration: 24 months
Description: The program supports the release, reunification and reintegration of children associated with armed forces in North and South Kivu by providing community-based temporary care and reintegration services to prevent the recruitment and re-recruitment of children into armed groups.  
Related C-TIP Policy Principle or Objective: Investment in conflict and crisis-affected areas

Implementer: Social Impact
Amount Awarded: $200,000 (FY 11)
Duration: 12 months
Description:  USAID is in the process of conducting an empirical assessment of the nature and scale of labor and sexual trafficking of men, women, and children in target DRC mining communities in the eastern DRC, focused on the following conflict minerals:  gold, cassiterite, coltan, and tungsten.  Based on the findings of the assessment, USAID/DRC will design anti-TIP programming to combat human trafficking in and around the mining sector in the eastern DRC.   
Related C-TIP Policy Principle or Objective: Investment in conflict and crisis-affected areas

Mozambique

Implementer: IREX
Amount Awarded: $200,000 (FY 12)
Duration: 60 months
Description:  As part of a larger communications project, a portion of funding is dedicated to national multimedia campaigns on preventing trafficking.
Related C-TIP Policy Principle or Objective: Integration of efforts to combat TIP in development programs

 

Last updated: August 09, 2013

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