Devatop Trains Volunteers to Combat Sex Trafficking and Tackle the Use of Juju on Victims

   On the 25th August 2017, about 35 volunteers of Devatop Centre for Africa Development were trained as Advocates against Human Trafficking The essence of the training was to encourage the spirit of volunteerism and also to involve volunteers to take action to stop human Trafficking and to tackle the use of juju on victims of sex trafficking. Keynote […]

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Tafawa Balewa Pledges to Support Devatop Centre for Africa Development in Combating Human Trafficking

Combating human trafficking is a cause that requires the support and participation of philanthropists, policy makers, politicians, captains of industries, and influential citizens. Interestingly, great individuals are beginning to pay attention to the cry of victims of human trafficking and the predicaments of vulnerable women, girls and youth. To commemorate 2017 World Day Against Trafficking […]

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Mohammed Sanni  Dantoro Joins Devatop Centre for Africa Development to Combat Human Trafficking.

The fight against human trafficking is gaining a stronger momentum, as well meaning Nigerians take part in ending it.  On Friday, 11th August, 2017;  Devatop Centre for Africa Development, a leading youth-based anti-human trafficking organization,  paid an advocacy visit to Prince Mohammed Sanni Dantoro, a businessman philanthropist, reformist, and son to late HRH Haliru Dantoro Kitoro […]

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Advocacy visit to Dr George Uboh by Devatop Centre for Africa Development (Devatop).

Devatop Centre for Africa Development, a youth-led anti-human trafficking organization recently paid a courtesy visit to Dr George Uboh, the renowned Human Right Activist, Anti-Corruption Crusader and foremost whistle-blower in Nigeria at his office in Abuja. The visit was led by the Executive Director of Devatop, Joseph Osuigwe Chidiebere During the visit, Dr George Uboh, […]

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14 Facts About Human Trafficking in Nigeria

1. According to U.S Department of State, Nigeria is a source, transit, and destination country for women and children subjected to trafficking in persons including forced labor and forced prostitution. 2. Trafficked Nigerian women and children are recruited from rural areas within the country’s borders − women and girls for involuntary domestic servitude and sexual […]

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