Supporting the prevention of trafficking in human beings in Kyrgyzstan (nationwide with focus on South of Kyrgyzstan)
Request for Expression of Interest (EOI)
18 November 2015
Expected contract duration
Summary of Requirements
Primarily a country of origin of victims of trafficking, Kyrgyzstan is still striving to implement a coherent human trafficking prevention strategy; hence the need to borrow from the experience gathered in the OSCE space over the years.
In order to step up efforts of prevention of human trafficking in support of the work currently undertaken by state institutions and civil society, the project endeavours tailored interventions to increase the responses by key anti-trafficking stakeholders. By doing so, the project will ultimately contribute to the establishment of a country-wide National Referral Mechanism (NRM) on the basis of an increased inter-agency coordination and support the implementation of the National Programme on the Prevention of Human trafficking (2013-2016).