The European Union has donated reduction supplies value €45,000 to victims of human trafficking in Nigeria.
The EU Delegation Ambassador to Nigeria, Ketil Karlsen, who made the donation in Abuja on Tuesday on the headquarters of the Nationwide Company for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Individuals, mentioned the donation was a part of the important engagement of the union to African nations.He mentioned, “It’s our want to not overlook the weak group particularly the victims of human trafficking, rape and gender-base violence. NAPTIP is a really key companion of the European Union on this path.
“Preventing human trafficking is totally important and because of this we determined to donate the objects to weak victims as a result of we should be certain they’re completely catered for.”The objects have been donated below the EU challenge named Motion In opposition to Trafficking in Individuals And Smuggling of Migrants in Nigeria (A-TIPSOM).
A few of the objects donated embrace meals objects, private protecting gear and toiletries.On his personal half, the Institutional Coordinator, A-TIPSOM, Mr Jose-Antonio Andeme, acknowledged that the donation was very essential at the moment since COVID-19 had put the world below monumental pressure, which has affected the lives of everybody together with trafficked individuals.In accordance with Andeme, service supplier companies like NAPTIP want ample palliatives that can improve the consolation of trafficked individuals in staying on the shelters throughout this era.
In the meantime, the NAPTIP Director-Normal, Mrs Julie Okah-Donli, promised to utilise the objects for what it was meant for.