Child Labor and Human Trafficking

Examples of experience as a child labor and human trafficking specialist include the following specific assignments:

  • 2013 Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam – Performance Evaluation of Project Childhood for Child Sexual Exploitation in the Travel and Tourism Sector (CSETT) (AusAID/DFAT)
  • 2013 Nepal – Impact Evaluation of Child Labor New Path New Steps Project (USDOL)
  • 2011 Nepal – Performance Evaluation of Child Labor New Path New Steps Project (USDOL)
  • 2010 Global – Income Generating Activities to Combat Child Labor (USDOL)
  • 2009 India – Preventing and Eliminating Child Labor in India (USDOL/ILO)
  • 2008-2009 Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Ethiopia – Evaluation of KURET Child Labor Program (USDOL)
  • 2008 Liberia – Performance Evaluation of CYCLE Child Labor Elimination through Education Project (USDOL)
  • 2008 Sierra Leone – Performance Evaluation of CYCLE Child Labor Elimination through Education Project (USDOL)

 

2010 Global – Income Generating Activities to Combat Child Labor (USDOL)

USDOL and ILO commissioned consultancy to conduct a joint research paper of income generating and micro-financing activities for families as a potential strategy for combating trafficking and child labor. The research culminated in a synthesis report of 162 USDOL and ILO child labor reports from 2004-2010 in English, French, and Spanish from 75 countries. Nvivo was used for a qualitative data analysis to determine trending issues and key results.

 

2013 Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam – Performance Evaluation of Project Childhood for Child Sexual Exploitation in the Travel and Tourism Sector (CSETT) (AusAID/DFAT)

Child sexual exploitation in the travel and tourism sector (CSETT) evaluation was conducted in the Mekong Sub-Region (Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Lao PDR) in collaboration with AusAID, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and INTERPOL.

 

 

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