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Showcasing the Impact of 20 Years of OVC’s Anti-Trafficking Funding

The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) invites you to watch and share three videos showcasing the impact of 20 years of OVC’s anti-trafficking funding.

These videos focus on this year’s National Human Trafficking Prevention Month theme—Collaboration, Transformation, and Impact—and feature powerful reflections from OVC grantees and stakeholders about the impact of OVC funding on their collaborations and partnerships; on the changes, growth, and lessons learned by their programs during the evolution of the anti-trafficking field; and in the lives of thousands of survivors they served.


This video acknowledges the partnerships that have been created through OVC anti-trafficking funding over the last 20 years. It highlights efforts to strengthen collaborations with survivor leaders; establish partnerships; reduce barriers to care and services; and provide a more coordinated and victim-centered response.


This video reflects on the changes, growth, and lessons learned over the years, with a look to the future as federal anti-trafficking efforts continue to evolve. Learn how OVC anti-trafficking programing has helped ensure quality services are available and accessible to survivors.


This video highlights the work of OVC grantees and stakeholders; and the impact of two decades of DOJ funding on services for survivors of human trafficking.



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