Social Protection and Prevention of Human Trafficking

Trafficking in persons, especially in women and children, is a global problem. South Eastern Europe serves as a region of origin, transit and, increasingly, destination. GIZ therefore supports its partners from government and civil society in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia and Kosovo in the development of strategies to combat and prevent human trafficking. The strategies not only address the reintegration of victims, but also take into account the social needs of vulnerable risk groups: The project supports the social inclusion of identified and potential victims of human trafficking by enabling non-governmental organisations to concentrate on prevention strategies and on offering services to integrate vulnerable groups.

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