IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants

by US Association for International Migration (USAIM)
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IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
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IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants
IOM GAF: Assisting Trafficking Victims & Migrants

Project Report | Jun 13, 2024
Ghana-Vocational skills for trafficking survivors

By Sonia Agnesod | Planning, coordination and compliance

Ghana tye dye training
Ghana tye dye training

A batik tie-dye training for trafficking survivors supported 25 women from Ghana and Nigeria to promote their well-being and self-sufficiency.

“Today, I came to learn how to make batik tie-dye. They’ve taught us plenty of things about the mixing process. I know that it is good to be attentive when learning these skills because this may help me in my future. I’ve very grateful,” said a participant.

When I’m doing this, I just feel happy. I know that all these things I am learning are going to help me. My favorite part of the tie-dye was the process of mixing the starch, dipping the fabrics into the starch, and then adding the colors. I love the different colors I get from it." Trafficking Survivor

Held at a government women’s shelter in Accra, the training was made possible through the support of IOM’s Global Assistance Fund and USA for IOM, and was organized by IOM Ghana in collaboration with the Government of Ghana’s Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection’s Human Trafficking Secretariat.

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US Association for International Migration (USAIM)

Location: Washington, DC - USA
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