Peace House Shelter Project supporting victims of trafficking in persons was established in March 2007 and provides shelter for 15-20 residents along with such services as safe accommodation, health care, psychological care, legal aids and vocational training. While shelter residents can stay for no longer than 18 months, they continue to receive follow-up support for the following 24 months.

Peace House Shelter Project supporting victims of trafficking in persons was established in March 2007 and provides shelter for 15-20 residents along with such services as safe accommodation, health care, psychological care, legal aids and vocational training. While shelter residents can stay for no longer than 18 months, they continue to receive follow-up support for the following 24 months.

Peace House Shelter Project supporting victims of trafficking in persons was established in March 2007 and provides shelter for 15-20 residents at a certain day (up to now has supported nearly 200 victims) along with such services as safe accommodation, health care, psychological care, legal aids and vocational training. MKE completed a Mid-term Evaluation of this Project.