Capacity building training to ensure effective consultation for Vietnamese human trafficking victims

Lecturer of the PPA discussed with the participants of the training

Participated in the training were hotline operators at national (111) and provincial - project area level (Hai Phong, Nghe An, Ha Tinh provinces); representatives of agencies in charge of verification and support to the target audience; representatives of the Criminal Police Department, Immigration Department (Ministry of Public Security), Department of International Migration (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), and Provincial Police.

This series of training is an effort of World Vision Viet Nam to improve the capacity of authorities in identifying and supporting trafficked victims, thereby improving the victims' initiative to access and seek timely support from the authorities.

Lecturers, participants and representatives of World Vision Vietnam in group photo

The Tackling Modern Slavery in Viet Nam (TMSV) project is an interagency partnership initiative between World Vision Vietnam, the International Organization for Immigration (IOM), and British Council in Vietnam with Vietnamese Government and local actors to realize their potential to reduce individual and community vulnerabilities to modern slavery including human trafficking. This project is supported and funded by the UK Home Office.


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