Evaluation of the International Organization for Migration and Its Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking

Publisher: Oslo, Norway: Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation
Feb 28, 2011
Authors
Jacqueline Berman and Phil Marshall
This report presents findings of an evaluation of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and its efforts to combat human trafficking. It documents and assesses how projects funded by the Norwegian government and implemented in partnership with IOM have sought to counter human trafficking between 2000 and 2010, documents key findings related to these efforts, and provides recommendations. IOM’s major strengths include network-building and victim support, but it faces challenges when ensuring human rights protections and understanding program outcomes.
Project

Evaluation of the International Organization for Migration’s Counter-Trafficking Efforts (Macedonia, Norway, Bangladesh, Kyrgyz Republic, Nigeria, South Africa)

Funders

Berkeley Policy Associates

Time Frame

2010-2011