Country Code
KZ

Direct Assistance to Victims of Trafficking in Uzbekistan (DAVU)

This project will focus on protection, to meet the demand for the provision of direct assistance to male and female victims of trafficking in Uzbekistan. The project’s overall purpose will be to protect and restore normal life for victims of trafficking through a comprehensive rehabilitation and reintegration and counseling, including medical, psychosocial, and legal assistance, as well as vocational training

Migrants’ Right to health in Central Asia: Challenges and opportunities

The right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health – or simply “the right to health” – is explicitly formulated in an array of international law instruments, of which most Central Asian states are part. These instruments define states’ obligation to provide healthcare services for all, without discrimination based on health status, ethnicity, age, sex, disability, language, religion, national origin, income, social status or any other characteristic.

RSC Processing in Europe

The programme aims to establish a mechanism to enhance PRM's and the USINS' responsibilities for administering the U.S. refugee admissions program in the former Soviet Union as well as to provide high-quality, low-cost and responsive, as well as standardized and automated, processing of refugee applicants.

Labour exploitation, trafficking and migrant health: Multi-country findings on the health risks and consequences of migrant and trafficked workers (Russian)

Global assessments suggest that a substantial proportion of labour migrants ends up in situations of extreme exploitation, some of whom are identified as victims of human trafficking. Because large numbers of migrant workers fall into a “grey area” between trafficking (as defined by international and national law) and exploitative labour situations, there is good reason to explore the differences and similarities between the health needs of those who have been identified as trafficked compared to other migrants working in the same labour sector who have not.

Labour exploitation, trafficking and migrant health: Multi-country findings on the health risks and consequences of migrant and trafficked workers

Global assessments suggest that a substantial proportion of labour migrants ends up in situations of extreme exploitation, some of whom are identified as victims of human trafficking. Because large numbers of migrant workers fall into a “grey area” between trafficking (as defined by international and national law) and exploitative labour situations, there is good reason to explore the differences and similarities between the health needs of those who have been identified as trafficked compared to other migrants working in the same labour sector who have not.

Towards an Effective Migrants' Right to Health in Central Asia: Assisting Governments in Enhancing the Provision of Health Services for Migrants - Kyrgyzstan

The proposed project will contribute to increase the availability and accessibility of health services for migrants in the benefiting countries – Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan. This will be achieved through supporting the development of comprehensive and evidence-based migration health policies and legislation in line with international norms and standards. Two expected outcomes will contribute to the realization of this objective.