ActionAid International Vietnam
In Vietnam, gender inequality remains a fundamental cause of poverty and a serious challenge to development.
Agir pour les Femmes en Situation Precaire (AFESIP)
AFESIP Vietnam has implemented the project "Support women and children trafficked for sexual slavery" in Ho Chi Minh City since 2001.
East Meets West/ ADAPT
The East Meets West organization has a new and innovative program to combat sexual trafficking in the Mekong Delta region of Viet Nam.
ILO/IPEC- Mekong Project to Combat Trafficking in Children and Women
The project focuses on internal and cross-border trafficking in children and women for labor exploitation, including sexual exploitation.
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
IOM first began operations in Vietnam in 1987 and continues to operate under a Memorandum of Understanding with Vietnam's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, signed in 1991.
Oxfam-Quebec, a member of Oxfam-International, has been working in South East Asia since the early 1990s.
Save the Children Vietnam
The International Save the Children Alliance in Vietnam is represented by Save the Children Australia, Save the Children Japan, Save the Children Sweden, Save the Children UK and Save the Children US.
The Asia Foundation
The Asia Foundation recognizes that to have a meaningful impact on trafficking, both local and national solutions are essential and must be linked to broader regional and international initiatives. The Asia Foundation employs a multi-pronged approach to combating trafficking in Vietnam.
UNICEF is working with relevant Vietnamese government ministries in revising laws and developing new policies, promoting ratification and enforcement of international conventions on trafficking of women and children and supporting the government towards improved monitoring systems and law enforcement.
United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
In August 2003, the Government of Vietnam and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) signed a project document entitled "Strengthening of the Legal and Law Enforcement Institutions in Preventing and Combating Trafficking in Persons in Vietnam." Current Activities: The UNODC office in Vietnam is currently working on Phase II of the Project (2005-2007) in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Justice and Border Army. The project’s main objective is to increase detection, investigation, and prosecuting capacities and training of the law enforcement and the judiciary (Police, Immigration, Surveillance Department of the Border Army, Prosecution and Courts) regarding human trafficking.
World Vision is currently implementing a regional anti-trafficking project that covers Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam.
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