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SEF holds training on fighting against trafficking in human beings to the Directorate-General for Migration and Borders of Guinea-Bissau

​Under project RIMM (Reinforcement of Integrated Migration Management), financed by the Development Support Funds of the European Commission and the Portuguese State, the Immigration and Borders Service (SEF) started, today, and until next Friday, the training course on fighting against trafficking in human beings and children at risk for the employees of the Directorate-General for Migration and Borders of Guinea Bissau.

The RIMM project aims to contribute for the regulation of migration flows between the European Union and third countries and the beneficiaries (São Tomé e Príncipe as a partner, and Cape Verde and Guinea-Bissau as beneficiaries), and for the prevention of trafficking in human beings for labour, sexual exploitation, in particular the younger people.

Therefore, SEF additionally handed over state-of-the-art technological equipment to the Directorate-General for Migration and Borders of Guinea-Bissau, in order to equip it with a Unit for Risk Assessment, essential for the carry out of documentary expertise supporting the first line of border control in that country.

Then, as from 12 to 16 April, SEF will again hold training in documentary fraud, under RIMM Project as well.

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