Cases are reported in different countries, but the desk has no funds to facilitate investigations
TRAFFICKING | VICE | UGANDA
Yesterday was World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. This year, the world focused on the first responders to human trafficking; those who support victims of trafficking. Glorias Musiime explores why the government is failing to protect girls from sexual exploitation, forced labour and slavery.
Saturday Vision recently learnt through the anti-human trafficking desk in the Police that cases are reported in different countries, but the desk has no funds to facilitate investigations. "We cannot take the agents to court because it is too expensive to carry out investigations while some other victims do not want to testify," a source said.