Lack of education creates a toxic cocktail of vulnerability that makes it easier for traffickers to exploit victims. The 300 project provides free University education for young women of low socio-economic backgrounds and survivors of human trafficking
In the course of our fight against trafficking in young African women and children, we have come to realize that lack of education creates a toxic cocktail of vulnerability that makes it easier for traffickers to exploit their victims. Because of this educational loophole in Africa, these exploitations will keep reoccurring.
This is why we have come up with a project titled Education Against Trafficking. We have partnered with various institutions, corporate organizations and individuals to provide scholarships for at least 300 young African women in 2020.
We hope to achieve the following objectives, with this project;
- Provide free University education for 300 young African women ages 16-25.
- Empower these women to know their rights to enable them to stand up for themselves.
- Combat human trafficking.
- Play a major role in curbing illiteracy in young African women.