Financial Needs and Vulnerability to Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in Haiti

Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking FAST and Interuniversity Institute for Research and Development INURED (2023). Financial Needs and Vulnerability to Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in Haiti. United Nations University.

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    Author Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking FAST
    Interuniversity Institute for Research and Development INURED
    Editor Vaughn, Leona
    Title Financial Needs and Vulnerability to Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in Haiti
    Publication Date 2023-04-12
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 50
    Language eng
    Abstract This report is based on a preliminary study conducted between 1 June and 30 October 2022, on the financial challenges and levels of vulnerability to modern slavery and human trafficking confronting Haitians. It provides an empirically grounded analysis of the prevalence of financial inclusion, financial needs, and vulnerabilities faced by Haitians in rural and urban areas in the country, including those aspiring to migrate. It discusses the ways financial inclusion is defined and understood by different actors in Haitian society, including financial service providers, leaders, and members of cooperative groups, as well as local associations and entrepreneurs. It examines structural obstacles to financial inclusion in the country, contextual strategies employed to cope with or respond to these obstacles as well as local assets and opportunities. It explores areas for further action, while acknowledging the gaps in what is known, specifically as they relate to financial inclusion and human trafficking. Finally, drawing on the data collected herein, combined with existing knowledge, a broad overview of the current state of financial inclusion is presented to ascertain the financial needs and concerns of the most vulnerable in Haitian society.
    UNBIS Thesaurus POVERTY
    MIGRATION
    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
    PERSONAL FINANCE
    HAITI
    Keyword Haiti
    Modern slavery
    Human trafficking
    Financial inclusion
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2023
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280865967
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