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  • The “Let’s Know and Inform” campaign to prevent human trafficking is ongoing

    A month-long campaign to prevent children from becoming a victim of human trafficking and increase public knowledge of human trafficking-related crimes has been ongoing since 15, September.  

    The launch of this campaign was held outdoors at School #65, situated in the Songinokhairkhan District of Ulaanbaatar. Distinguished attendees at the opening ceremony included Nyamgerel. L, the Head of the Secretariat of the Coordination Council for Crime Prevention, Matthew Ference, Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar, Darikhand. B, Project Director of the Child Protection Compact Project of World Vision Mongolia, alongside other dignitaries representing the government, civil society, educators, students, and parents. 

    The scourge of human trafficking can transpire within any nation's borders, and Mongolia is featured prominently in international reports as a source, transit, and destination country for this heinous crime. Most commonly, these offenses manifest in the forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor, and labor exploitation, with children and men being vulnerable victims as well. As per data from the National Police Agency of Mongolia, 49 children have been officially registered as victims of human trafficking within the past three years. 

    Consequently, the "Let's Know and Inform" campaign has been launched with the primary objective of fostering a culture of reporting such cases, identifying high-risk child victims, referring them to appropriate service providers, and ensuring their protection. In this noble endeavor, support is being extended by the U.S. State Department, the Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs, the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, World Vision Mongolia, the Asia Foundation, and "Mongol Content" LLC, who are collectively spearheading the "Let's Know and Inform" campaign in the crusade against child victimization in human trafficking crimes. 

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