Individuals around the world suffer extreme hardship or violence, experience discrimination, or face social marginalization. Service providers, researchers, and other have witnesses have documented that human trafficker take advantage of such circumstances. Indeed, exploitation appears even more likely when a confluence of such circumstances besets particular communities. The cumulative effects can make a certain population- such as refugees and migrants, people with disabilities, and those who are stateless – especially vulnerable to human trafficking. Protection where we seek to

  1. Strengthen community-based protection systems;
  2. Support access and rights of persons of concern to civil documentation,
  3. Housing, land and property,
  4. Increase access to quality inclusive education &
  5. Basic social services for vulnerable children,
  6. Improve the protection of women, girls and child safeguarding mechanisms in humanitarian emergencies;

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