This project is an interactive map, that intends to challenge the silence around trafficking by combining testimonies with data and resources to impact the way the researchers and policy planners understand and tackle this human rights abuse. It aims to give a human face to trafficking through the use of real testimonies, while also providing a resource to people at risk of trafficking, activists and researchers.
It will bring a lot of different narratives and data into one place to tackle the gaps in knowledge around trafficking. The Mapping Trafficking interactive map has been developed by Code for Africa, in partnership with Thomson Reuters Foundation and GIZ and featuring reporting by WanaData Members across the continent. Find out more about the map here.