Implementer: Institute of International Education
Amount Awarded: $625,000 (FY11)
Duration: 6 months
Description: The C-TIP Campus Challenge Research Contest will award grants to scholars for innovative C-TIP research. 
Related C-TIP Policy Principle or Objective: Learning
Implementer: Chemonics
Amount Awarded: $233,000 (FY11)
Duration: 12 months
Description: Provision of training and other technial assistance tools such as research and TIP assessments to increase the Agency's capacity to address trafficking.
Related C-TIP Policy Principle or Objective: Learning
Implementer: Management Systems International (MSI)
Amount Awarded: $225,500 (FY11)
Duration: 24 months
Description: Launch of an online training on USAID's C-TIP Code of Conduct for all agency employees, contractors and grantees worldwide.  This will also include a series of two-day, in-person trainings in Washington and at USAID Regional Missions. 
Related C-TIP Policy Principle or Objective: Institutional accountability to combat TIP


Last updated: August 09, 2013

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