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On April 2, 2020, the United States and Mongolia signed the U.S.-Mongolia Child Protection Compact Partnership, a four-year plan developed jointly by our two countries that documents the commitment of our nations to achieve specified shared objectives related to strengthening efforts to effectively prosecute and convict child traffickers, providing comprehensive trauma-informed care for child victims of these crimes, and preventing all forms of child trafficking in Mongolia.  Under the Partnership, the TIP Office plans to invest $5 million to support achievement of these objectives.

Virtual event of U.S.-Mongolia CPC Partnership launch ceremony, October 27, 2020. [U.S. Embassy Ulaanbaatar photo]In an October 27 ceremony, senior U.S. and Mongolian officials jointly launched the U.S.-Mongolia Child Protection Compact (CPC) Partnership, which was signed in Ulaanbaatar on April 2, 2020.  Implementation of this historic partnership will strengthen the efforts of the Mongolian government and civil society to fight all forms of child trafficking in Mongolia.

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