Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking

The Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT) is the body mandated by law to coordinate and monitor the implementation of Republic Act No. 9208, or the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003, with the Department of justice as the lead agency. It was formed under section 20 of R.A. 9208, and is composed of the following government agencies and non-government sectoral representatives:

 

The IACAT conducts many different projects geared towards the elimination of trafficking in persons in the Philippines, prevention of the occurrence of trafficking, the protection and rehabilitation of victims and conviction of trafficking offenders.

 

Resolution Adopting Guidelines on Selection NGOs (Guidelines) |  Download

Non-Government Organization Sectoral Representative Nomination Form |  Download