Awareness Outreaches

Community Outreach

Our community project focuses on sensitizing various communities on the facts of human trafficking and ways to prevent it.

We have so far reached out to 129 communities in Nigeria, Benin Republic, Cameroon, Ghana and Kenya. We also engage leaders in these communities to understand the dangers of human trafficking and how to detect when it is occuring. We have made educational leaflets available to various communities. These leaflets are available in French and 4 Nigerian local dialects (Ibo, Yoruba, Hausa and Fongbe)

The 300 Project recognizes the power communities response can play in helping stop human trafficking. We connected with our amazing volunteers in various states and so far we have also trained over 480 individuals in various communities to champion the fight and better educate people in the rural areas.

We are working with community leaders in the northern part of Nigeria to build safe houses for children and we will handle the management and help reintegrate these kids back to society.

Religious Outreach

We have partnered with various religious bodies to facilitate the spread of awareness on human trafficking. We have found out that churches and mosques serve as a quick way to reach out to many individuals, especially women and children who are more vulnerable.

Through our Religious outreach programs, we have been able to raise awareness in various communities Nationwide through our various volunteers.

We have also developed christian and islamic pamphlets for churches and mosques. This will help religious leaders pass their messages easier. We have particularly focused on religious leaders educating kids; in churches they are called sunday school teachers.

School Outreach

Through our school outreach program with our amazing volunteers, we have been able to reach 106 schools in Nigeria including primary, secondary and universities. We also reached out to 9 schools in Benin republic. Children are more vulnerable to trafficking, and as such there is a need to keep them informed about trafficking. We organized various programs as well as leaflets to keep them educated on trafficking.

As we move from school to schools some of these young students open up to us about the abuse they have endured. In one of the community secondary schools in Benue State, Nigeria, we were able to identify a 13 year old girl who revealed to us the actions she took because she was previously educated about sexual exploitation by one of her teachers. We cannot downplay the importance of engaging these kids on the dangers of human trafficking and abuse.

In Imo, Benue, Cross River and Abia states we have developed Human Trafficking educational materials for educators, which would be included in the curriculum pending when our letter is approved.