Posted by: BPSOS | June 2, 2009

Key Briefs & Reports: CAMSA Plans Upgrade of Case Management Capabilities

case management CAMSA Malaysia Vietnam Vietnamese BPSOS Boat People SOS  human trafficking   Ủy Ban Cứu Người Vượt Biển UBCNVB nạn buôn ngườiJune 2, 2009: The Penang team of the Coalition to Abolish Modern-day Slavery in Asia (CAMSA) is in the process of revamping its case management program in order to more effectively deliver services to guest workers in Malaysia.

“We face a lot of obstacles with case management,” said CAMSA team member James Nguyen. “Management has a lot of tricks up their sleeve to keep us from even speaking to the workers – including, quite simply, locking them up.”

The revamping process precedes the arrival of incoming CAMSA intern Ngoc-Tram Le , who will add expertise to the case management program, and meshes with ongoing outreach efforts. To read more about the strategy behind the outreach work, click here.



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