New U.S $1.2m funded project to prevent exploitation of Ugandan migrant workers

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On Thursday, the Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Hon Frank Tumwebaze launched IOM Uganda’s new project to prevent exploitation of Ugandan migrant workers.

The $1.2 million project is funded by the United States of America Department of State -Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons [J/TIP] , through the Global Fund To End Modern Slavery



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The launch at Protea Hotel was attended by, among others, USA ambassador Natalie K Brown, UN Resident Coordinator Rosa Malango, IOM Chief of Mission Sanusi Tejan Savage

Also In attendance were senior officials from various ministries, the United Nations, civil society and the Uganda Association of External Recruitment Agencies.



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