NCCHTNational Committee to Combat Human Trafficking (United Arab Emirates)
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Dr Saeed Mohammad Al Ghafli, Assistant Undersecretary for Federal National Council Affairs and Secretary of NCCHT said that the diploma will define the human trafficking aspects and many researches will be discussed and comparative studies will be done.
The meeting discussed, reviewed and approved the NCCHT annual report for 2014, so as to be submitted to the Council of Ministers.
As part of the government's efforts to overcome human trafficking crimes, the NCCHT cooperates with other countries and international agencies in this regard.
NCCHT approved a group of relevant recommendations, the foremost of which is finding a permanent headquarter for NCCHT with full-time administrative and technical capacities to follow up action programmes and various efforts within the framework of the NCCHT assignments and prerogatives.
Colonel Mohammad Ali Al Shehi, a NCCHT member highlighted the difficulties faced by law enforcement agencies tackling human traffickers.
NCCHT members, meanwhile, held a meeting yesterday in which provisions of the law were approved and published on the panelEoe1/4aos website www.
The UAE had taken major steps in combating human trafficking through the NCCHT following the amendment of the Federal Law No.
Sayyid Badr and a number of the NCCHT members were briefed on the services and programmes offered by the Family Protection House in protecting and looking after victims of human trafficking.
Anwar Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Minister of State for FNC Affairs, and Chairman of the UAE National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking (NCCHT), has chaired the 30th meeting of NCCHT which was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abu Dhabi.
Muscat, Mar 30 (ONA) The National Committee for Combating Human Trafficking (NCCHT) today held its first meeting for 2013 under the chair of Sayyid Badr bin Hamad bin Hamoud al-Busaidi, Secretary General of the Foreign Ministry and NCCHT Chairman.
A careful reading of the numbers shows that the effectiveness of the NCCHT was first evident in the increasing awareness of human trafficking, which led to a corresponding increase in the number of cases between 2006 and 2010.
Gargash noted the good job done by the NCCHT specially in regards to heightening public awareness about the crimes of trafficking in persons and the firm commitment of law enforcement agencies to fighting these crimes were behind the marked decline in the number of human trafficking-related cases.