Success Stories

Sr. Emenaha is in charge of a shelter for trafficked girls and women

Sr. Emenaha is in charge of a shelter for trafficked girls and women

"It’s a very strong network and before you counteract it and fight it, you have to come up with another, stronger network."

This project is directly addressing UN Sustainable Development Goal(s):

Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages Reduce inequality within and among countries

Sr. Emenaha Bibiana shared her expertise on human trafficking at the 2016 Nigeria Alumnae Meeting. She is the Coordinator for the Committee for the Support of Dignity of Women (COSUDOW) and is in charge of a shelter for trafficked girls and women who have returned to Nigeria to begin the transition back to a semblance of their past lives. She says of human trafficking: “It’s a very strong network and before you counteract it and fight it, you have to come up with another, stronger network.”

Sr. Emenaha Bibiana
Nigeria

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