IOM works in partnership with governments, the United Nations system, international and non-governmental organizations, the private sector and
development partners on all aspects of counter-trafficking responses – prevention, protection, and prosecution.
Since the mid-1990s, IOM and its partners have provided protection and assistance to close to 100,000 men, women and children who were trafficked for sexual and labour exploitation; slavery or practices similar to slavery; servitude; or for organ removal. Agriculture, fishing, domestic work and hospitality, commercial sexual exploitation, pornography, begging, construction and manufacturing are some of the sectors in which victims were exploited.
Read more about IOM's approach to countering trafficking in human beings, by accesing the full report here.