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The government repatriated two victims of international labor trafficking, and police reported referring 11 victims to NGOs for support.
Despite these measures, the government failed to demonstrate overall increasing efforts to combat trafficking from the previous year; therefore, Tanzania is placed on Tier 2 Watch List.
TANZANIA (Tier 2 Watch List) Tanzania is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking.
The incidence of internal trafficking is higher than that of transnational trafficking and is usually facilitated by family members, friends, or intermediaries of victims who offer assistance with education or finding lucrative employment in urban areas.
Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States.Following a lead from INTERPOL, authorities investigated a case of a Nepali girl believed to have been subjected to trafficking within Tanzania, but her whereabouts were not discovered.Law enforcement and judicial officials' lack of understanding of trafficking continued to create an environment of impunity; at best, the crime of trafficking was treated as a minor offense.Trafficking victims from other countries – typically children from Burundi and Kenya, as well as adults from Bangladesh, Nepal, Yemen, and India – are forced to work in Tanzania's agricultural, mining, and domestic service sectors; some are also subjected to sex trafficking.Citizens of neighboring countries may voluntarily migrate through Tanzania before being forced into domestic service and prostitution in South Africa, Europe, and the Middle East.