With the successful conduct of a gender audit assessment of protection services and shelters/safe homes in Edo and Lagos States respectively and based on the recommendation from the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) for the conduct of a similar audit exercise in FCT-Abuja.
CLEEN Foundation developed a draft tool for the conduct of the assessment of the protection services and shelters within FCT-Abuja. The methodology workshop was convened with a view to solicit wider stakeholder input to further enrich the draft tool. The stakeholders at the workshop comprised of security agencies who work on issues of human trafficking and forced migration, CSOs – counsellors and coordinators of safe home and shelters.
The aim of this intervention is to ensure a gender sensitive approach is applied and in place when service providers render services to survivors of human trafficking and forced migration. The methodology workshop was supported by the UN women and the Italian government.