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Human Trafficking: U.S-based NGO chooses Nigeria as 1st African country to understudy

Human Trafficking: U.S-based NGO chooses Nigeria as 1st African country to understudy
February 26, 2020
Nigerian News Networks

United Way Worldwide, a U.S-based NGO, has chosen Nigeria as its first African county to understudy human trafficking and other forms of slavery.

Ms Janet Butler, the Vice President, Africa Region of the NGO said this at a stakeholder’s consultative forum on human trafficking and all forms of slavery in Nigeria.

According to her, in 2015, the organisation inaugurated human trafficking and slavery arm and decided to begin the exploitation of the issue in Africa in 2019 in order to find a lasting solution to it.

Nigeria is the first country we are exploring in Africa for such issue; we are here to do a landscaping analysis of those who are doing this work, the best practices and intervention that will work all in the aim of getting solution."

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