Lifecycle Framework Model
The human trafficking lifecycle framework model is designed as a global overarching infrastructure to strengthen capacity in anti-trafficking organizations. The objective is to respond efficiently and effectively throughout the prevent, prosecute, and protect processes with more capable government agencies, civil society organizations, private companies, and research/academic communities for sustainable rescue as well as prevention.
The model isn’t a magic bullet. it is simply a new way of looking at known factors and in-place collaborative work environments to make them sustainable. The model is an analytical Infrastructure, database and implementation tool. It encompasses existing guidelines from the United Nations, European Union and the United States, It incorporates the Rule of Law for Human Rights plus enabling business levers such as technology and knowledge management for long-term investment strategies with shared goals.
The framework is not intended to dictate a single approach to capacity building, but to ensure that a systematic, strategic approach is employed, partnerships are aligned, and capacity building outputs, performance outcomes, and program impacts are documented.
More importantly, this model will be based on cutting edge technology that enables real-time monitoring using SMART project portfolios for immediate impact and actions on the ground.