PS. 5.1-27 Sustainable employment/livelihoods
English: Number of survivors of human trafficking who have gained sustainable livelihoods through State and USAID foreign assistance.
What is its purpose?
This is a protection-focused output indicator. It measures the number of identified victims of trafficking who participated in activities that generated a sustainable income, resulting in the need to no longer receive financial support from a third party. This could include, for example, income as a result of job placement, support from a legal settlement, etc. Please note that this indicator is a United States Government Standard Indictor, or "F Indicator", and can be included in the MEL plans of USG funded projects.
How to Collect and Analyse the Required Data
PPR; APP/APR; Strategic Reviews; Taskers; Reports to Congress; Talking Points. IP will aggregate across all projects.
Objective 2: Provide civil society and government support to increase access to comprehensive and higher quality services for trafficking victims.
WARNING: This guidance was last updated in February 2023. Before utilizing this guidance, please check that it aligns with the latest Foreign Assistance reference sheet for indicator PS 5.1-27. This can be found in the live IRS Category 1 Peace and Security resource below. You can also check the State Department Resource Library for a full list of F Indicators.