Assistant Labour Minister Hails Collaboration With Partners In Fight Against HumanTrafficking

Date Publish: 
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Sandra Tumwesigye

Assistant Labour Minister for Trade Union Affairs Emmett Crayton has hailed the collaboration between the Government and World Hope International (WHI) in the fight against Trafficking In Persons in the country. Assistant Minister Crayton said without support from WHI, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and other partners, the fight against trafficking in persons would be “very difficult.”

Crayton made the statement recently at the opening of a one-day completion and validation of the National Trafficking In-Persons Referral Pathway workshop held in Monrovia.  The workshop was organized in collaboration with the National Anti-Trafficking In-Persons secretariat


Liberia News Agency October 26