New Report on Nepal’s Human Trafficking Routes

8 January 2022
Research Innovation

Freedom Collaborative, USAID, Winrock International, USAID Asia CTIP have published a report on Nepal’s Human Trafficking Routes. This report maps destinations for migrant labour using collective data and was made possible through the contributions of two CSOs in Nepal and sheds light on the migrant journey with Nepal as a source country. An outstanding 498 routes were submitted capturing a wide range of destinations traveled by Nepali migrant workers in pursuit of jobs in the hospitality/food/entertainment and manufacturing sectors. Read the full report here.

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