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What is the Learning Hub?

The Learning Hub is a website that provides information about the trafficking of children and adolescents in Costa Rica. It explains what trafficking in persons is and provides information about how to recognize possible trafficking victims and refer them for protection and assistance.

Who is the Learning Hub for?

The Learning Hub is for practitioners – anyone who may interact with a child trafficking victim in the course of their work. The Learning Hub can also be used by anyone to learn more about the crime of child trafficking in Costa Rica.

Why a Learning Hub?

The aim of the Learning Hub is to provide information that is applicable to the various real-world roles and responsibilities of Costa Rican practitioners who wish to make a constructive contribution to addressing trafficking in persons and protecting child and adolescent trafficking victims.

The Innovations in Addressing Child Trafficking (IACT) Program is a program to reduce and redress sex trafficking of children and adolescents in Costa Rica. The program is being implemented by The Warnath Group in the provinces of Guanacaste and Puntarenas from 2020-2025, through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (J/TIP).

The IACT Program will strengthen and consolidate anti-trafficking responses in the country and achieve demonstrable change for child victims of trafficking in persons, their families, and affected communities, as well as prevent the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.

Developed by Warnath Group

 

The development of the IACT Learning Hub was funded through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of State. The opinions, findings, and conclusions stated herein are those of the developers and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of State.