Hanh Dang

Program Officer, International Organization for Migration


As a Senior Program Officer at the International Organization for Migration, Hanh Dang manages the implementation of various projects to ensure the timely and high quality deliverables. She has eight years of experience addressing gender-based violence and human trafficking, developing community-based reintegration programs for trafficked persons, and promoting safe migration through behavioral change communication campaigns. Prior to working on the program unit, she had one year of experience assisting voluntary returned migrants and four years of facilitating migration services. Hanh has directly assisted 156 survivors of trafficking including girls, boys, women, and men from different provinces of Vietnam. She authored the book Voices of Self-help Group Members – Returned Victims of Trafficking and has conducted research exploring cross-cutting issues of human trafficking and gender dimensions of migration.

Hanh received three certificates of appreciation from provincial government authorities for her significant contributions fighting human trafficking and supporting victims of trafficking. She holds a master’s degree in management from the European School of Commerce in Paris, France and an MBA from the Asian Institute of Technology.

Hanh was selected as a 2018 Global Freedom Exchange Fellow.