Meghalaya Model -combating human trafficking through a comprehensive framework that engages stakeholders

The Meghalaya model addresses the problem on human trafficking of girls into the sex trade in India. The model recognises that due to its clandestine nature human trafficking can only be combated through a united effort from all stakeholders. The model is a multi-sector approach involving government, law enforcement, judiciary and civil society organisations that creates a comprehensive framework for combating human trafficking under the four “Ps” Prevention, Protection, Policing and Prosecution.



Shillong, Meghalaya
25° 35' 7.5264" N, 91° 53' 48.7104" E