proactively identifying

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  • The government did not report proactively identifying any victims during the reporting period.
  • Government authorities do not proactively identify and rescue bonded labourers, so few victims receive this assistance.
  • Several detection and protection technologies are combined in a cloud-based solution that works to proactively identify new threats as they emerge.
  • Most officials did not proactively identify victims, and agencies have no formal mechanism for referring victims to service providers.
  • Very little data on human trafficking in FSM is available as the government made no effort to proactively identify victims despite its history as a source country for victims.
  • Authorities continue to rely on victims coming forward or being identified by foreign embassies, and do not proactively identify trafficking cases among vulnerable groups.
  • The government should further improve efforts to proactively identify trafficking victims among individuals deported for immigration violations, including women in prostitution.
  • The government did not proactively identify any trafficking victims during the year, nor did it develop or implement formal procedures to identify victims of trafficking.
  • The government did not train law enforcement officers to proactively identify victims or to identify trafficking victims among vulnerable populations, such as foreign women in prostitution.
  • Authorities identified child trafficking victims in partnership with NGOs and international organizations, but did not report efforts to proactively identify victims of traditional slavery practices.
  • Authorities did not employ a formal system for proactively identifying trafficking victims among vulnerable populations such as prostituted women, domestic servants, or street children.
  • The government has not developed a system for proactively identifying human trafficking victims among vulnerable populations or created a referral process to transfer such victims to service providers for care.
  • The government has not developed a system for proactively identifying trafficking victims among vulnerable populations or a referral process to transfer such trafficking victims to organizations providing services.
  • The government has not yet developed a system for proactively identifying victims of trafficking among vulnerable populations or a referral process to transfer such trafficking victims for care.
  • The government did not proactively identify trafficking victims among vulnerable populations, and did not regularly refer victims to NGO service providers.
  • The government's law enforcement, immigration, and social services personnel did not have a formal system of proactively identifying victims of trafficking among high-risk persons with whom they came in contact.
  • The government lacked procedures for proactively identifying victims of trafficking among vulnerable groups or referring victims to protective services.
  • Law enforcement authorities did not demonstrate adequate efforts to proactively identify trafficking victims among vulnerable groups, such as foreign children entering the country without their parents, though some victims were identified during the year.
  • The government has not clarified whether it has a formal mechanism to guide officials in proactively identifying victims among vulnerable groups and refer them to available services offered by NGOs.
  • Madagascar lacks procedures to proactively identify trafficking victims among vulnerable populations or refer victims for care.