Counter-Trafficking in Persons (C-TIP): Data Sources Review Report

Counter-Trafficking in Persons (C-TIP): Data Sources Review Report
Abstract: The United States Agency for International Development-funded (USAID) Data for Impact (D4I) project is strengthening the Government of Armenia’s (GOAM) capacity and systems to support efforts in counter trafficking and forced labor. Specifically, D4I is supporting the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MOLSA) to effectively implement and monitor the 2020–2022 National Action Plan (NAP) and to strategically communicate the issues surrounding counter-trafficking in persons (C-TIP) and the country’s response with key stakeholders, at-risk populations, and the public at large. D4I supports the use of evidence to strengthen MOLSA’s capacity to accelerate immediate implementation of the NAP while also building practices and systems that will promote a sustained national C-TIP response in the years to come.

C-TIP actors need data on trafficking to understand the magnitude of trafficking, the gender and age of those affected, and the forms of exploitation reported. The C-TIP data flow mapping exercise was conducted to document the current institutional data flow and reporting for the Division of Anti-Trafficking and Women’s Affairs and to improve the data collection and reporting processes, identify gaps, and provide recommendations to improve data flow in the division.

The report provides a summary of information flow among the C-TIP actors. It maps the different sources of case data to be collated. The summary data sources report provides data needed for case management and for policy planning and implementation
Shortname: SR-23-186 D4I
Author(s): Data for Impact
Year: 2023
Language: English
Region(s): ARMENIA