In May 2007, this project identified a series of Good Practices to prevent the trafficking related exploitation of young Thai women and children in three northern border provinces. They range from helping to foster a multi-disciplinary approach across various Government agencies, and indeed across provincial borders - to teaching Hill Tribe families how to become 'Eco Homestay" entrepreneurs - to name but two.
We encourage all anti-trafficking practitioners to review the five summaries below as they are adaptable and could be implemented in other areas of Thailand or across borders as well. They are reproduced here in English and Thai.
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