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U. S Embassy Nigeria Supports Joseph Osuigwe to Train Corps Members

Anti-human trafficking advocacy training is organized to equip young people as advocates, and empower them to carryout community projects to combat human trafficking.  It is a Pass-It-On project by The Executive Director of Devatop Centre for Africa Development, Joseph Osuigwe who was recently supported by the United State Embassy Nigeria

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U.S Embassy Nigeria Supports Joseph Osuigwe To International Human Trafficking Conference

To reinforce its effort to combating human trafficking, United States Embassy Nigeria supported Joseph Osuigwe, a Nigerian anti-human trafficking advocate and Executive Director of Devatop Centre for Africa Development to attend the International Human Trafficking Conference at University of Toledo, Ohio State, United States of America.

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Click Here to Register REGISTRATION FORM Background of the project:   According to 2016 Global Slavery Index Report, there are 875, 500 Nigerians who are victims of modern slavery overtime.   Research shows that 80% of these victims are young people between the ages of 6 and 24 years. It is obvious

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BENUE STATE FLOOD VICTIMS AT THE RISK OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING—A STITCH IN TIME, SAVES NINE BY ARINZE EGEMONYE, DEVATOP CENTRE FOR AFRICA DEVELOPMENT

Based on report, human trafficking is the 2nd largest crime industry with a net worth of over 32 billion dollars generated from the exploitation of over 27 million victims worldwide. There are estimated over 700,000 human trafficking victims in Nigeria overtime. More than 45,000 women, girls and children in Nigeria

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