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International Humanitarian Law

Research and content developed by Oshole Imhoagene; Libguide developed by Becca Maree

According to IndexMundi, Mali's human trafficking issue is mostly internal rather than transnational. Malian men, women, and children are constantly at risk for agricultural labor trafficking, domestic servitude, and sexual exploitation. However, despite its position as an internal trafficking monger, Mali is still widely defined as an international source, transit, and destination for global human trafficking. See IndexMundi, Mali Trafficking in Persons (2018), available as a link below. 

Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking in Mali

Anti-Trafficking Organizations in Mali