Research Report with Rapid Asia’s Evaluation Framework : Sex and Labor Trafficking Network and Pattern in Cambodia

RESEARCH REPORT ON SEX AND LABOR TRAFFICKING NETWORK AND PATTERN IN CAMBODIA ABSTRACT Low education and food insecurity are significant vulnerability factors for trafficking; also, victims typically experience multiple triggers (illness, debt, natural disaster, family splits). Vulnerable groups, returned migrants and survivors share a lack of knowledge of the breadth of trafficking (affects all ages… Read more »

Rapid Asia Presents TIP Study Results in Phonm Penh

On 7 December Rapid Asia presented the finding of a USAID sponsored study on human trafficking in Cambodia. The study covered vulnerable population in known human trafficking hot spots, returned migrants and survivors of trafficking. Download a PDF version of the article (click ‘read more’ to see the link): USAID Study Article.   The original article… Read more »

Rapid Asia study on human traficking in Cambodia

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In the second half of 2012, Rapid Asia carried out a ground breaking study on human trafficking in Cambodia, funded by USAID. A quantitative survey was conducted with three target groups including vulnerable populations, returned migrants and survivors of trafficking. A key element was to understand how a person ends up being trafficked and those… Read more »