Research & Best Practices
In order to effectively combat a problem like trafficking, we must understand the scope and nature of the problem. The goal of our research is a better and deeper understanding of trafficking and modern slavery in Ghana’s fishing industry. As a part of the Family for Every Child network, we collaborate on research projects and contribute to best practices. Some of the publications we’ve contributed to include the Guidelines for Children’s Reintegration and the Cash for Care research. We are actively reaching out and communicating with other non-governmental organisations around the world which focus on anti-trafficking to learn and grow as well. We are dedicated to exploring the lead causes of child trafficking, both among males and females. Read more about “Analysing the Experiences of Children who are thought to have witnessed or Undergone Child Forced Early Marriage in the Volta Lake Communities of Ghana.” You can find our research on our Resources page.