|Title||Location||Grantee||Amount||Start Sort ascending||End|
|Global Trace Protocol Project
The Global Trace Protocol Project by ELEVATE seeks to increase downstream tracing of goods made by child labor and forced labor. The project is designed to address the barriers in supply chain traceability, and result in the development and sharing of open, accessible and replicable tools that can advance the knowledge base on supply chain tracing and scale the adoption of traceability solutions by various actors in different sectors.
|Congo, Democratic Republic of the (DRC), Global, Pakistan||ELEVATE Limited||$4,000,000||12/10/2020||12/09/2024|
|STREAMS – Supply Chain Tracing and Engagement Methodologies
The STREAMS project seeks to increase downstream tracing of goods made by child labor and forced labor. The project is developing a comprehensive analytical framework for use by a broad set of stakeholders to categorize supply chains and methods for tracing and validating supply chain connections. The project will disseminate the supply chain tracing tools and methodologies to enable and promote adoption by diverse actors across sectors.
|EQUAL - Equal Access to Quality Jobs for Women and Girls in Mexico
EQUAL seeks to increase job quality and safety, create opportunities for economic participation, and address gaps in social programs to reach remote and impoverished families in Mexico.
|CAPSA - Capacity Strengthening of Governments to Address Child Labor and/or Forced Labor, and Violations of Acceptable Conditions of Work in Sub-Saharan Africa
The CAPSA project seeks to build the capacity of the Government of Kenya and other African governments to more effectively combat child labor, forced labor, and violations of acceptable conditions of work. It does this by helping them strengthen enforcement of their laws and regulations, improve assistance services for victims, and improve coordination between law enforcement and social protection entities.
|Kenya||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$5,000,000||12/15/2019||12/14/2022|
|Evidence to Action: Increasing the Impact of Research to Mobilize Efforts against Forced Labor
This project aims to promote increased use of forced labor research in policy and programmatic decision-making to help eliminate forced labor around the world. The project will achieve this by increasing knowledge through robust research on forced labor in the textile and garment sector and engaging decision makers and stakeholders to use this knowledge to take actions against forced labor.
|Argentina, Global, Mauritius||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$3,000,000||12/15/2019||12/14/2022|
|Senderos: Sembrando Derechos, Cosechando Mejores Futuros
Senderos — works with government, the private sector, and civil society to improve adherence to international standards on child labor, forced labor, occupational safety and health, and other acceptable conditions of work in the sugarcane and tobacco sectors in Jalisco and Nayarit. The project is building government capacity to enforce labor laws in agricultural supply chains, improving private sector awareness and compliance with labor laws, and increasing farmworkers’ knowledge of labor rights and grievances mechanisms.
|Attaining Lasting Change (ATLAS)
The ATLAS project seeks to build the capacity of governments to more effectively combat child labor, forced labor, and human trafficking by helping them strengthen their laws and regulations, improve their capacity to enforce them, and strengthen coordination between law enforcement and social protection entities.
|Argentina, Bolivia, Global, Liberia, Paraguay, Thailand||Winrock International||$8,800,000||01/01/2019||03/28/2023|
|Palma Futuro: Preventing and Reducing Child Labor and Forced Labor in Palm Oil Supply Chains
This project works to improve the implementation of social compliance systems that promote acceptable conditions of work and prevent or reduce child and forced labor in palm oil supply chains in Colombia and Ecuador. It will also disseminate best practices for social compliance systems in these and other palm oil producing countries, particularly Brazil and Peru.
|Colombia, Ecuador||Partners of the Americas||$6,000,000||01/01/2019||12/31/2022|
The Adwuma Pa project works to reduce the risk of child and forced labor, and other exploitative labor practices, by improving the economic participation and empowerment of women and adolescent girls within cocoa-producing communities in Ghana.
|Ghana||Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE)||$5,000,000||11/16/2018||11/15/2022|
The Sakriya project (Sakriya means “active” in Hindi) works to build the capacity of Nepalese civil society to more effectively detect and combat forced child labor and other labor abuses in Nepal’s brick, embroidery, and carpet weaving sectors. It leverages partnerships across Nepal’s child protection networks to facilitate access to services for survivors of labor abuses and to reduce the risk that adults and children will be forced into harmful work in these sectors.
|BuildCA2P: Building Capacity, Awareness, Advocacy and Programs Project
The BuildCA2P Project works to build the capacity of Filipino civil society to more effectively detect and combat child labor and other labor abuses in the agricultural sector in Mindanao, Philippines. It leverages partnerships with academic and advocacy organizations to build a grassroots movement, empower vulnerable families, connect survivors to grievance mechanisms and services, and reduce the risk that children will be harmed by performing hazardous work in agriculture.
The Child Labor Improvements in Bangladesh (CLIMB) project built the capacity of civil society to more effectively detect and combat forced child labor and other labor abuses in the dried fish sector in Bangladesh. It leveraged partnerships with academic and community-based organizations to build a grassroots movement, empower vulnerable families, connect survivors to services and reduce the risk that children would be forced into this harmful work.
|Promoting Better Understanding of Indicators to Address Forced Labor and Labor Trafficking in Peru
This project supports the Peruvian government and other labor stakeholders to build their capacity to prevent, detect, and eliminate forced labor and labor trafficking from workplaces in Peru. By bringing together the Ministry of Labor, regional and local governments, law enforcement officials, and the judiciary branch, the project aims to encourage better enforcement through consultation and consensus building.
|Peru||Capital Humano y Social Alternativo (CHS)||$2,000,000||12/08/2017||12/07/2021|
|Combating Forced Labor and Labor Trafficking of Adults and Children in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire
This project builds the capacity of the government and businesses to expand and better coordinate ongoing labor trafficking enforcement efforts in Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire. By putting the right tools in the hands of labor inspectors, business owners, workers, and service providers, the project will advance greater supply chain transparency and accountability to ensure that cocoa production is free of exploitative labor.
|Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana||Verité||$3,490,318||12/01/2017||12/07/2022|
|Measurement, Awareness-Raising, and Policy Engagement (MAP 16) Project on Child Labor and Forced Labor
The United States supports the goal of bringing meaningful change to the lives of the 152 million child laborers and the 25 million adults and children in forced labor around the world by eradicating child labor, forced labor and human trafficking.
|Argentina, Brazil, Burma, Chile, Colombia, Congo, Democratic Republic of the (DRC), Fiji, India, Jordan, Kosovo, Mauritania, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Serbia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Timor-Leste||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$22,400,000||12/09/2016||09/30/2022|
|M&E Toolkit: OCFT Sectors & Themes
The project will help enhance the sustainability of child labor and forced labor program efforts by contributing to the overall body of knowledge on how best to assess child labor and forced labor interventions.
|From Protocol to Practice: A Bridge to Global Action on Forced Labor (The Bridge Project)||Global, Malaysia, Mauritania, Nepal, Niger, Peru||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$17,395,138||09/30/2015||01/01/2022|
|Support for the Implementation of the Decent Work Country Programme in Uzbekistan
This project built the capacity among national and local stakeholders to advocate for a reduction in child labor and forced labor and to promote fundamental principles and rights at work through the framework of the Decent Work Country Program agreement between the Government of Uzbekistan and the ILO.
|Uzbekistan||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$6,000,000||12/19/2014||12/31/2020|
|Consolidating and Disseminating Efforts to Combat Forced Labor in Brazil and Peru
Vulnerable populations in rural and urban areas are victims of forced labor in Brazil and Peru. They endure abusive working conditions, debt bondage, deception, intimidation and threats, and restriction of movement, among other unlawful labor practices. Some victims of forced labor have been rescued from forced-labor conditions within agricultural supply chains or manufacturing businesses with domestic and global reach.
|Brazil, Peru||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$6,800,000||12/26/2012||12/31/2018|
|Research on Labor Conditions in the Production of Electronic Goods in Malaysia||Malaysia||Verité||$450,000||11/28/2012||11/30/2014|
|Towards a Child Labour-Free Philippines: Supporting the ‘Philippine Program Against Child Labour’ in Building on Past Gains and Addressing Challenges||Philippines||International Labor Organization's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor (ILO-IPEC)||$4,750,000||09/30/2009||12/31/2013|
|Research on Forced Labor in the Production of Goods in Selected Countries: A Verite Multi-Stakeholder Initiative||Bangladesh, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Indonesia, Liberia, Philippines||Verité||$1,375,000||09/29/2008||09/29/2012|
|Combating Trafficking for Forced Labor in Brazil||Brazil||Catholic Relief Services (CRS)||$1,500,000||09/29/2004||09/29/2008|
|Combating Forced Labor in Brazil||Brazil||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$1,728,000||09/29/2002||09/29/2007|
|National Program on the Elimination of Child Labor in Ghana||Ghana||International Labor Organization's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor (ILO-IPEC)||$650,703||09/29/1999||09/29/2003|