Asia ACTs Against Child Trafficking
Asia Against Child Trafficking (Asia ACTs), based in the Philippines, is the regional campaign to fight child trafficking in Southeast Asia. Asia ACTs is part of the International Campaign against Child Trafficking (ICaCT) coordinated by Terre des Hommes (TDH)-Germany and the International Federation of Terre des Hommes.
Coalition Against Trafficking in Women- Asia Pacific (CATW-AP)
In April 1993, the "Conference on Women Empowering Women: A Human Rights Conference on Trafficking in Asian Women" held in Manila, Philippines gave birth to the CATW - Asia Pacific.
International Labour Organization (ILO) Manila
ILO Manila undertakes programs to improve health and safety consciousness, eliminate extreme forms of child labor and provide safety nets for marginalized workers.
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
The IOM headquarters in Geneva has transferred some of its functions to the Philippines, making IOM Manila an IOM Administrative Center.
Solidarity Center - USAID - Trade Union Congress of the Philippines Anti-Trafficking Project
The Solidarity Center, in cooperation with the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) and other local NGO partners, supports a counter-trafficking awareness program that includes a project website and development of a trafficking database.
The Asia Foundation
In the Philippines, the Asia Foundation supported Pulse Asia in conducting research that helped launch an advocacy campaign for drafting a law on trafficking --the Anti-trafficking Law was passed in May 2003.
According to UNICEF, there has been an increase in reported cases of child abuse, sexual exploitation, child labour in hazardous conditions, children in armed conflict, and children in conflict with the law.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
The first anti-human trafficking project the Global Programme against Trafficking in Human Beings entitled "Coalition against Trafficking in Human Beings in the Philippines", was initiated in 1999 by UNODC and UNICRI with support from the United States and the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC).
World Vision is one of two organizations funded by the United States Department of Labor/ International Labor Affairs Bureau (DOL/ILAB) in 2003 in the Philippines.
ECPAT Philippines aims to build a vibrant web of structures and mechanisms for enhancing programmes and services for the promotion, protection and fulfillment of children's rights.
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