The project is specifically designed to facilitate replication through trainings-for-trainers (and manuals and materials development) and subsequent multiplier trainings and mentoring of local NGOs. Programmatic training manuals and materials will provide detailed instructions on to implement case data collection, tracking, monitoring, pattern-mapping and demographics in order to unify both practices and outputs (statistics, etc.). The long-term goal of the project is to replicate and synchronize reporting of anti-trafficking/anti-corruption NGOs so that statistical data and shadow reports will be thorough and will rely on consistent input and reporting procedures, thus serving regional and international needs for reliable and uniform statistics and information. Since these procedures will be based upon the needs and statistic- collection framework specified by the Stability Pact Anti- Trafficking Task Force through its National Action Teams, wide scale replication will likely be driven by (or required by) these same international bodies. By building a cadre of regional trainers, equipped with local language training manuals and materials, (e.g. on Victim Assistance, Education in Schools, Public Awareness, Advocacy and Institutional Development topics), training of additional NGOs will also be easy to replicate.