Trainers’ manual for training staff working in the health sector
The Trainers’ manual will cover: indicators of trafficking, clues for detection, communicating across cultures, issues of privacy and confidentiality, adopting a trauma-sensitive and gender-sensitive approach, ensuring the victim’s safety, referrals and follow-up etc.
E-learning tool for professionals of the health sector
An e-learning tool will be created based on the trainer’s manual. The course will be open and accessible to all users, free of charge, offering practical guidance on detecting and caring for presumed victims, self-assessment tools and a space to communicate with other learners and instructors.
Multi-stakeholder training package for inter-agency collaboration
The multi-stakeholder training package will promote inter-agency collaboration among policy makers, field professionals, authorities, civil society organisations and anti-trafficking experts.
Protocols for COVID-19 and response system
Protocols for the adaptation of the trafficking response system (or victim support system) to COVID-19 measures that will serve as a knowledge hub for emergency situations.
Lessons Learnt Reports
The 4 Lessons Learnt Reports will provide helpful recommendations following the trainings and workshops that will take place in the partner countries.
Handbook with good/ bad practices from the field
The Handbook will include good and bad practices in the partner countries based on data and experiences from the field.
National Reports on service provision
The National Reports will include quantitative and qualitative data on service provision to trafficking survivors in the partner countries.
Report of the Committee on COVID-19 consequences
The Committee on COVID-19 consequences will publish a report with insights on the situation with regards to the pandemic, its consequences for trafficked persons, and policy recommendations.