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National Action Plan

In order to ensure the Kingdom has a holistic and comprehensive anti-trafficking approach in place, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has developed a National Action Plan (NAP) built around the 4 pillars of anti-trafficking: Prevention, Protection, Prosecution, and Partnership. Building on the 2017-2020 NAP, the 2021-2023 NAP sets priority areas needed to strengthen the trafficking response in the Kingdom and provides action points for the NCCHT.

The Plan is principally informed by the goals set out in the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children (2000), which is one of the so-called Palermo Protocols, and the Anti-Trafficking-in-Persons Law in the Kingdom (2009).