The Tackling Modern Slavery in Viet Nam (TMSV) is an interagency partnership initiative working with Vietnamese Government and local actors to realise their potential to reduce individual and community vulnerabilities to modern slavery including human trafficking.
Vietnamese are falling victim to global human trafficking crime, with the UK being one of the arrival destinations. From 2009 to 2017, 1,747 Vietnamese migrants were referred to the UK National Referral Mechanism with 20% identified as victims of modern slavery. In 2018, Vietnamese ranked as the 2nd highest nationality of potential victims of modern slavery in the UK with 702 referrals in 2018 (Source: UK Home Office)
WHAT WE DO
Together with consortium partners, Vietnamese Government partners and local community actors, the project aims to change behaviours and promote alternative livelihood opportunities, strengthen access to the local justice system and victim services to maximize the impact of collective action in reducing vulnerabilities to modern slavery.
The project will be implemented in 5 provinces of Viet Nam: Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Quang Binh.
HOW WE DO IT
Ending modern slavery through changing behaviour, increasing prosecution and supporting rehabilitation and reintegration of victims.
For more information on TMSV activities, please contact:
World Vision International in Vietnam
9th Floor, Mercury Building, 444 Hoang Hoa Tham Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel. +84 2439 439 920
International Organization for Migration
IOM Mission in Viet Nam
Level 4th, Green One - UN House (GOUNH),
304 Kim Ma Street, Ngoc Khanh Ward, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi.
Tel: (+84.24) 38 500 100
This project is supported and funded by the UK Home Office