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International Humanitarian Law

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

According to Oran Manirakiza, South Sudan has become "one of the countries known to be the home of human trafficking." See Manirakiza, The Ongoing Human Trafficking in South Sudan (2015), available as a link below. Not only this, South Sudan has been ranked among the lowest countries in the Trafficking in Persons Report due to its lack of governmental response to trafficking crimes. See Danis, South Sudan: A Trafficking Destination Country (2016), available as a link below. This, of course, classifies South Sudan as an international source, transit, and destination for global human trafficking. 

Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking in South Sudan

Anti-Trafficking Organizations in South Sudan