Plan of action for combating human trafficking in the Kyrgyz Republic for the period 2008-2011
Country: Kyrgyzstan (Republic of Kyrgyz)
Type of measure: National plan specific to violence against women
Form of violence: Trafficking
Level of government: National
Government Decision No. 515 of 13 September 2008 on the approval of the plan of action for combating human trafficking in the Kyrgyz Republic for the period 2008-2001.
The Kyrgyz Republic, acknowledging the pressing nature of the problem of human trafficking, has acceded to many international instruments and has undertaken certain commitments to combat human trafficking. A law on preventing and combating human trafficking has been adopted that sets out the organizational and legislative framework for preventing and combating human trafficking, defines the procedure for coordinating the activities of agencies engaged in combating human trafficking and establishes a system of measures to provide protection and assistance to the victims of human trafficking.
In order to implement the aforementioned law, a Kyrgyz Government decision has approved a plan of action for combating human trafficking in the Kyrgyz Republic for the period 2008-2011, which is aimed at increasing the effectiveness of efforts to combat human trafficking through the prevention, detection and suppression of human trafficking and through the provision of social protection and assistance to victims of human trafficking
Evaluation: No known evaluation undertaken to date.
Sources of information:
Response of the Government of the Republic of Kyrgyz to the questionnaire on violence against women, 2008
Date information on this measure was last updated: 07-16-2009