Evaluation of the International Organization for Migration’s Counter-Trafficking Efforts (Macedonia, Norway, Bangladesh, Kyrgyz Republic, Nigeria, South Africa)

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Berkeley Policy Associates

Mathematica designed and implemented a study of a strategy and activities to counter human trafficking.

This study assessed counter-trafficking interventions of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) both at the country and international level. The evaluation included case studies and site visits to the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation-funded IOM direct assistance programs in Macedonia, Norway, Bangladesh, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Nigeria plus a desk review of a regional project in Southern Africa. It also included analysis of IOM’s administrative data set on victims of human trafficking, a survey of IOM and partner organization staff in two languages, and review of institutional and program documents.

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