USAID's Investments for Transnational Crime in India - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Transnational Crime spending

FY 2014 $17.1 K

FY 2015 $87.1 K

USAID programs contribute to decreasing and minimizing cross-border crimes that threaten the stability of countries, particularly in the developing world and in countries with fragile transitional economies. Activities appropriate to the needs of the country can include, but are not limited to, providing training on trafficking-in-persons and smuggling issues and assisting victims of trafficking.

UNICEF Ambassador Lucy Liu raises awareness of child trafficking.

UNICEF Ambassador Lucy Liu raises awareness of child trafficking.

UNICEF

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