Country Mongolia
Year 2006 - 2014
Type of Measure Policies > National action plan specific to violence against women
Form of Violence Trafficking

Brief Description


The goals of the National Plan of Action (NAP) on Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Children and Women (2006-2014) are as follows:

  • To ensure implementation of the UN and other international Conventions, treaties, agreements and documents at the national level that have been ratified by Mongolia by protecting the children from the commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking;
  • To advance legal environment concerning the prevention, detection and fight against such crimes;
  • To increase understanding and awareness of personnel's of the law enforcement and service organizations, parents and children, teachers and social workers, and citizens on the crime related to commercial sexual exploitation, pornography and trafficking of children and its harmful consequences and negative impacts;
  • To strengthen the professional capacity of social workers and personnel in the field of education, tourism, service and law enforcement;
  • To improve relationship between government and non-governmental organizations with functions to fight against, prevent and detect the crimes related to the commercial exploitation and trafficking of children.

 The NAP will be implemented in three stages:

  • 2006-2008;
  • 2008-2011;
  • 2011-2014.

Full Text

National Plan of Action on Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Children and Women

Source of Information

Government of Mongolia; CCPR/C/MNG/CO/5, p. 1; CAT/C/MNG/CO/1, p. 2; CRC/C/MNG/3-4, p. 85; Response of the Government of Mongolia to Beijing +5, p. 28