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How to stop human trafficking

A unique online tracking software system is being used to protect and repatriate victims of human trafficking between India and Myanmar. The Impulse Case Information Centre Software is an online repository of cases that can be used as a transnational referral mechanism to ensure systematic documentation of human trafficking cases and address the issue of internal and cross-border trafficking. It was developed by Impulse NGO Network, an organization based in the northeast of India that has been working to stop trafficking for 20 years. With the support of the Global Development Network, Impulse NGO Network is now scaling up its anti-trafficking tracking system to be used by governments in other neighboring countries, including Bangladesh and Nepal, as part of their anti-trafficking strategies.

See more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPcHfRypJA

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How to stop human trafficking

  1. 1. HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  2. 2. The Global Development Network (GDN) is supporting the Impulse NGO Network through the Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF) Award to scale up a unique tracking software system to protect and repatriate victims of human trafficking, on both sides of the border between India and Myanmar. The JSDF Award is a category of GDN’s Global Development Awards Competition, which seeks to recognize innovative ideas in the implementation of development projects for vulnerable and disadvantaged communities.
  3. 3. 1 CREATE AN ONLINE REPOSITORY OF TRAFFICKING DATA
  4. 4. In the northeastern states of India, many families – children and adults – are vulnerable to human trafficking. This is due to poverty and unemployment, conflict, migration, displacement. The proximity to international borders makes it a hotbed for traffickers to operate in. Myanmar, India’s northeastern neighbor, is a critical source location for traffickers. The Impulse NGO network has been recording cases of trafficking in India for 20 years. They have recently put all this information online via the Impulse Case Information Centre Software.
  5. 5. 2 TRAIN PEOPLE HOW TO USE IT
  6. 6. Officials from India and Myanmar met at Nay Pyi Taw in June 2016 to discuss standard operating procedures for cross-border, anti-trafficking operations. Law enforcement officers were trained in using the online anti-trafficking software.
  7. 7. 3 USE IT AS A TRANSNATIONAL REFERRAL MECHANISM
  8. 8. Impulse NGO Network’s Case Information Centre Software is an online repository of cases that can be used as a transnational referral mechanism to ensure systematic documentation of human trafficking cases. With the Impulse Case Information Centre Software, case workers, along with the Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of India and Anti Trafficking Task Force (ATTF) of Myanmar now have access to a systematized way of recording evidence.
  9. 9. 4 TELL PEOPLE ITS BENEFITS
  10. 10. reporting rescue rehabilitation repatriation re-integration re-compensation The 6Rs model
  11. 11. 5 TURN OTHERS INTO AMBASSADORS
  12. 12. We haven’t used this type of modern technology in Myanmar before. After we learn to use it, we can also use it to track cases across the Thai and Chinese borders. “ ” -Lt Colnel Minnie Oo, Myanmar Police Force
  13. 13. SHOW YOUR SUCCESS 6
  14. 14. For case workers, the AHTU and ATTF, and governments in India and Myanmar, this new technology is an effective way to address the issue of internal and cross-border trafficking efficiently because it dramatically reduces the time taken for law enforcement officers to act. See case study in film https://youtu.be/wZPcHfRypJA
  15. 15. The beauty of the system is that authorized officials on both sides of the border can access the data and update it... the sooner the case is activated, the sooner a person can be rescued, and their level of harm or suffering can be reduced. “ ”-Hasina Kharbhih, Founder, Impulse NGO Network
  16. 16. CONVINCE GOVERNMENTS TO ADOPT IT 7
  17. 17. Both governments of India and Myanmar have now adopted the use of the Impulse NGO Network database system as part of their anti-trafficking strategies. With the governments’ use, the technology has the best chance of assisting victims, and those working to stop trafficking in persons.
  18. 18. SCALE UP 8
  19. 19. The aim is to expand and introduce the system in Nepal and Bangladesh, as well as other neighboring countries, so that it can be used by all cross-border teams.
  20. 20. 9 THANK EVERYONE INVOLVED
  21. 21. Staff Experts Partners Donors
  22. 22. Impulse NGO Network’s efforts, supported by GDN, are generously funded by the Government of Japan through the World Bank‐Administered Japan Social Development Fund.
  23. 23. 10 SPREAD THE WORD
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  25. 25. www.icicsoftware.com/ www.gdn.int Find out more about the Impulse Case Information Software System, and other projects GDN supports through the Japan Social Development Fund awards, generously assisted by the Government of Japan.
  26. 26. Sebastian Sikora/Flickr Cliff Howard/Flickr vardyparty64/Flickr Google Maps/Screenshot steve p2008/Flickr Impulse NGO Network James Rhodes/Flickr Jeff Turner/Flickr Impulse NGO Network Images thanks to
  27. 27. Amrit Rajkhowa/Flickr Sebastian Preußer/Flickr Jason Samfield/Flickr Impulse NGO Network/Facebook tie the ribbons/Flickr Madhuri Dass/GDN

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    Jan. 4, 2019

A unique online tracking software system is being used to protect and repatriate victims of human trafficking between India and Myanmar. The Impulse Case Information Centre Software is an online repository of cases that can be used as a transnational referral mechanism to ensure systematic documentation of human trafficking cases and address the issue of internal and cross-border trafficking. It was developed by Impulse NGO Network, an organization based in the northeast of India that has been working to stop trafficking for 20 years. With the support of the Global Development Network, Impulse NGO Network is now scaling up its anti-trafficking tracking system to be used by governments in other neighboring countries, including Bangladesh and Nepal, as part of their anti-trafficking strategies. See more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPcHfRypJA www.icicsoftware.com/ www.gdn.int/jsdf

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