Sustainable socio-economic Reintegration of the Survivor/trafficked Bangladeshi returnee migrant workers (SuRe)

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United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)

Project Overall Objective

Ensuring sustainable financial reintegration through social reintegration of the survivors of cheat, exploitation, and human trafficking (especially women). This project also aims at preventing unsafe migration and slavery through reintegrating the returnee migrant workers who survived exploitation.

Specific Objective

  • 166 returnee migrant workers especially women and girls who survived from abuse, exploitation and trafficked, situation in migration cycle recovered, reintegrated and thrived in the society through a holistic approach of short-term and long-term direct assistance.
  • 90% of 166 direct beneficiaries of the project recovered and socially reintegrated through a needs-based short-term needs-based supports including psychosocial counseling, healthcare, safe house, medical and legal assistance.
  • 60% of the 166 direct beneficiaries, of the project ensured sustainable livelihoods.
  • 200 survivors of trafficked migrants especially women and girls and their families will receive counselling, direct assistance and referral services by 30 peer counselors from the government and non-government organizations at local and national level.

Project Focus Area

  • Social reintegration
  • Economic reintegration
  • Counselling, direct and referral services provided by the peer counselors to the survivors of human trafficking from the government and non-government organization.

Geographic Area

City: Dhaka. The survivor returnee migrant workers including who will arrive in Dhaka airport in critical mental and physical conditions will be covered under this project.

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