NGO Rehabilitates 2,700 Human Trafficking Survivors, Launches HERS Africa

Pathfinders Justice Initiative, a non-governmental organization (NGO), said it has helped rehabilitate 2,700 female trafficking survivors, even as the organization launches a new initiative, HERS AFRICA.

According to Ruth Evon Benson-Idahosa, Executive Director of PJI, HERS (Hub of Economic Resources for Survivors) Africa is the first and only digital ‘one-stop’ resource hub in Africa to address the unique and comprehensive needs of survivors of human trafficking, as they pave the way to self-sufficiency and economic independence.

Benson-Idahosa said: “We hope this comprehensive digital hub, the first of its kind in Africa, will address the unique and complete needs of African survivors, and provide you with the tools you need to move from victim to advocacy. . We’re so glad you’re here!

“Our mission is to prevent sex slavery/violence and to free enslaved women and girls through the direct eradication of its root causes.”

She stated that by registering with hersafrica.com, sex trafficking survivors can access life-changing and exciting video lectures, current job opportunities, personal counseling services and a list of service providers to get support from anywhere in the world. Nigeria and beyond.

Benson-Idahosa urged interested Nigerians to take advantage of the services he believes are completely free by www. hersAfrica.com or call 0817•000•7284.

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