The importance of cooperation among different stakeholders is an established pillar of anti-trafficking efforts. Part 1 of this study presents information about cooperation mechanisms and practices related to victims’ protection and assistance measures. Chapter 1 describes the development of anti-trafficking policy tools, such as National Programs and Action Plans (NAPs) or equivalent instruments in the participating countries. Chapter 2 provides an overview of existing National Coordination Mechanisms (NCMs) focusing in particular on National Coordinators (NC), Inter-Agency Coordination Bodies (IACB), and working groups at the operational/local level. An overview of National Rapporteurs or equivalent mechanisms is provided in Chapter 3. Chapter 4 presents information on existing cooperation agreements such as Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) aimed at facilitating cooperation between and among State actors and civil society organizations. Part 2 contains country profiles for the 11 CBSS Member States.