Addressing The Risks And Needs Of Vulnerable Migrants In The Greater Mekong Subregion And Malaysia Phase Iv: From Reducing Risks To Increasing Resilience

Duration: 12 months (2013 – 2014)

IOM Viet Nam will both continue to strengthen the community-based reintegration mechanisms for victims of human trafficking and other vulnerable migrants and will take steps towards institutionalizing this model intervention in government anti-trafficking plans and support systems at the national and provincial levels.

The project intends to increase the capacity of provincial authorities to implement the new ministerial circular on victim support through:

The development of relevant tools to replicate the community-based reintegration model.
Advocacy in integrating victim support in relevant provincial planning processes related to human trafficking.
Comparative assessment of the piloted reintegration models in the three provinces to gather more evidence on their effectiveness in response to different types of migration
Continued support to self-help groups in Hue Province.

Project objectives: Improved legal and regulatory framework to facilitate victim support and reintegration, especially for victims not clearly identified by the law on trafficking.