Combating Human Trafficking in Ghana

In April 2018, IOM and the Government of Ghana launched the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to Combat Human Trafficking in Ghana, with an Emphasis on Child Trafficking. This animated video provides a short overview of the SOPs, introducing the various technical chapters and identifying key Government stakeholders. These SOPs were developed through the framework of the Child Protection Compact Partnership, a bilateral agreement between the United States of America and Ghana, and guided by key stakeholder inputs at the national, regional and district levels, and with participation of both government and non-government agencies.

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