Actions to be taken
131. By Governments of countries of origin, transit and destination, regional and international organizations, as appropriate:
(a) Consider the ratification and enforcement of international conventions on trafficking in persons and on slavery;
(b) Take appropriate measures to address the root factors, including external factors, that encourage trafficking in women and girls for prostitution, [other commercial sex work], forced marriages and forced labour in order to eliminate trafficking in women, including by strengthening existing legislation with a view to providing better protection of the rights of women and girls and to punishing the perpetrators, through both criminal and civil measures;
(c) Step up cooperation and concerted action by all relevant law enforcement authorities and institutions with a view to dismantling [national and international] networks in trafficking;
(d) [Allocate resources to provide comprehensive programmes designed [to heal victims of trafficking] including through job training, legal assistance and confidential health care] and take measures to cooperate with non-governmental organizations to provide for the social, medical and psychological care of the victims of trafficking;
(e) Develop educational and training programmes and policies and consider enacting legislation aimed at preventing sex tourism and trafficking, giving special emphasis to the protection of young women and children.