USAID Launches Combating Trafficking in Persons Program in Nepal

September 15, 2010 — A story on MSN India covers the USAID’s launch of Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) program in Nepal. The five-year, USD 6.8 million program focuses on preventing trafficking, protecting victims, and prosecuting traffickers. The Asia Foundation is identified as one of the partners, who will be contributing additional funds.  Read the full article: “USAID launches counter trafficking programme in Nepal.”

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