FROM WORDS TO ACTION - A decade fighting child trafficking in Mozambique

Monday 12 October 2020

Since 2006 and with funding from the Norwegian Government, Save the Children has implemented an anti-trafficking project in Mozambique. Major developments have taken place since the project’s initiation, including the approval of the Anti-Trafficking Act (06/2008) and a strengthened protection system, which incorporated the obligations laid out in the Act. The implementation of this Act is evident in the government-initiated investigations of human trafficking, raising from 0 in 2008 to 95 investigations in 2015 with 35 ending in prosecutions (US Department of State, 2016). This videos summarizes the dynamics around the trafficking phenomenon and SCI anti-trafficking work in Mozambique