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Funding for proposals to measure the impact of counter-trafficking programmes

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The US embassy in Cyprus announced on Friday that the Human Trafficking Research Initiative (HTRI) was inviting researchers, policymakers, and implementing organisations to submit expressions of interest (EOI) to measure the impact of counter-trafficking programmes.

HTRI said it would welcome proposals to assess counter-trafficking interventions across the ‘4 Ps’ of trafficking (prevention, protection, prosecution, and partnership).

Applicants can request full funding for randomised control trials (RCTs), partial funding for RCTs, or funding for new arms of existing RCTs.

Those interested can find more information on the US embassy website cy.usembassy.gov

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