Audit of USAID’s Initiatives in Anti-Trafficking in Persons Activities.
Country: United States
Fiscal Year: 2010
Audit Report Available: No
For nearly a decade, USAID has worked to combat trafficking and has provided $123 million for activities in more than 70 countries. USAID’s direct assistance works to prevent trafficking, protect and assist victims, and strengthen the capacity of governments to prosecute and convict traffickers. Moreover, this assistance is reinforced by USAID programs that support economic development, good governance, education, health, and human rights.
USAID’s Women in Development Office serves as the coordinator for all USAID anti-trafficking efforts and provides two types of assistance to support the efforts of USAID missions and bureaus: technical assistance for anti-trafficking activities and research and incentive funding for activities in the field.
This audit will determine (1) what USAID has done to assist countries to combat human trafficking and (2) whether USAID’s activities have helped prevent trafficking in persons, helped victims, and helped apply legal sanctions to traffickers.
Source: Office of Inspector General - ANNUAL PLAN - FISCAL YEAR 2010
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