The anti-trafficking Somali Civil Society Organisations (CSO) Coalition, Freedom Collaborative and GIZ, working under the Better Migration Management (BMM II) programme, are pleased to share a new report on Somali human trafficking and risky migration experiences.

As stated in the 2021 U.S. Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report, which lists Somalia as a Special Case for the 19th consecutive year, information regarding trafficking trends and victims in the country remains challenging to obtain or authenticate. We are therefore particularly pleased to share this final report, which brings together data on routes and migration experiences from cases and information that Somali CSOs have obtained since the beginning of 2021.

Human Trafficking and Risky Migration Routes: DATA insights from SOMALI Civil Society Organisations - Freedom Collaborative, 2021 DOWNLOAD














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