The "Institute for Trafficked, Exploited, & Missing Persons" is an international human trafficking prevention, public education, interdiction, and social recovery humanitarian organization dedicated to stopping the trafficking in persons. In Guatemala, ITEMP is based in Antigua Guatemala and works through several nonprofit agencies, including La Asociación Nuestros Ahijados and the Santa Madre Emergency Shelter.
The following English and Spanish-language Trafficking In Persons brochures are available for you to download at no cost. Printed brochures are avaialable upon request to Director@ITEMP.org.
(Brochure design by Javier Castro, Special Projects Director, Asociación Nuestros Ahijados de Guatemala)
Human Trafficking Prevention, Side 1, English
Human Trafficking Prevention, Side 2, English
Human Trafficking Prevention, Side 1, Spanish
Human Trafficking Prevention, Side 2, Spanish
This web-site is not a function of the United States government or of the United States Embassy in Guatemala. Most of the information on this web-site was selected from Guatemala.USembassy.gov, www.State.gov and www.FEMA.gov. Additional valuable information for international travelers can be found on all three of these web-sites.