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Survivors' Network


SAVE A WOMAN AT A TIME, SAVE A NATION, SAVE THE WORLD.Join the Fight

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Survivors' Network


SAVE A WOMAN AT A TIME, SAVE A NATION, SAVE THE WORLD.Join the Fight

we fight human trafficking across africa.

We support the most vulnerable women through on-the-ground empowerment programs.

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Our Projects


We put ideas into action.

Our Projects


We put ideas into action.

RESCUING SURVIVORS FROM KUWAIT TO THEIR VARIOUS AFRICAN COUNTRIES. 

  Survivors' Network, has rescue 28 ladies from Kuwait to Africa, 12 from Ghana, 12 to Cameroon, 2 to Nigeria and 2 to Senegal.  And we still are on the mission to rescue more.

businesses for women

Our signature empowerment program

  Try in our little way to help resettle returning victims of human trafficking and rights abuse by giving them a new lease of life based on vocational training like sewing, computer studies, carpentry, hair dressing, wielding, etc.

 And also creates business opportunities for them. We go a long way to give them some legal assistance, so that their traffickers be brought to justice.

Help dispel in them the fear of returning home empty-handed which has kept some still under such conditions in these countries they were trafficked to.

  

education

Awareness Training

    To raise public awareness on the dehumanizing effects of Human Trafficking currently being perpetuated by local, national and international agents, with the

aim of making brisk cash out of the trade.

   Act as a forum to educate the local population on the devastating effects of human trafficking and human rights abuse to the victims, their families and the nations from where these innocent ones are cunningly harvested out of.

If you need urgent help, PLEASE email info@SurvivorsNetwork.co

 

NEWS


NEWS


Survivors' Network, Cameroon in October 2016, rescued Lucy Mobele Wase who is mentally unstable due to the torture and ill treatment she went through in KUWAIT from Kuwait right to her home in Kake Village, in Kumba.
Today we went there again to celebrate with Lucy who is a proud mother of a bouncing baby girl.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WE offered Lucy and her Baby, our gifts in cash and kind. 

WE offered Lucy and her Baby, our gifts in cash and kind. 

LINKS TO OUR ACTIVITIES


LINKS TO OUR ACTIVITIES


CNN FREEDOM PROJECT ;  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9a2nAIkYxKg

BATIMUM FM, BRUSELS, BELGUIM: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAJqJzkUOsg

PBS NEWS HOUR USA; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOLtyg-UyqE&t=13s

LTM, PRIVATE TV STATION CAMEROON; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tfom6YhjTVw

YOUTH/CHILDREN FORUM ( Advancing learning through nutrition fellowships; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuSu4YHre6c

 

THE INNOCENT PROJECT


THE INNOCENT PROJECT


Operation NO CHILD should call the street home.

Operation NO CHILD should be called a street Child.

Clothing the underprivileged

Clothing the underprivileged

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Exhibiting  their talents.

Exhibiting  their talents.

Children are all the same.
The power of freedom and sharing.

The power of freedom and sharing.

OUR PARTNERS


OUR PARTNERS


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Freedom For All is a New York City, anti-trafficking organization, that combats sex trafficking, debt bondage, forced labor and child labor. It was founded by Katie Ford. They free people from many backgrounds and walks of life - girls, boys, men and women. As a small organization, they work internationally and are flexible and responsive to our partners' needs.

We provide education, job skills training, and community prevention programs in vulnerable areas. Our programs create long-term, systemic change, and provide pathways to a better life.

Its’ founder, Dr Abi Badejo is an Australian based, Nigerian born Researcher, Marketer and Entrepreneur driven by Social Justice, passionate curiosity and commitment to the scientific method of problem solving for translational impact. As a Researcher, Abi specializes in formative, social-environmental systems research design approaches to addressing complex behavioral and social problems. Her research interests and contexts span the Global South, and Indigenous, migrant and minority communities worldwide. Over the last few years, Abi has led several behavioral change research projects funded by industry organizations, including Diabetes Queensland, Queensland Health, Enhance Research, and UNICEF Malawi. Abi is also a part time academic and holds an adjunct Research Fellowship and Sessional Lectureship with the Department of Marketing, Griffith University. Her current academic program of research focuses on on human trafficking, gender inequality in sports, WASH, and child & adolescent health. Abi’s award wining work has been presented at national and international conferences, and published in peer-reviewed academic journals and conference proceedings. As a Social Marketer, Abi recently won funding from the Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) through Life Education Queensland, Australia’s largest children’s health promotion charity, to lead the formative research, program design, delivery and evaluation of Healthy Eats! A multilevel community-based Social Marketing program to increase healthy eating among primary schoolchildren from Indigenous and migrant communities in North Queensland. As a Social Entrepreneur, Abi translated her multi-stream PhD research insights on the root causes of human trafficking in Nigeria to found Grace + Grit Social Enterprise, an international startup that works to break the global human trafficking supply chain by empowering vulnerable people and communities around the world to become self-sustaining.

Its’ founder, Dr Abi Badejo is an Australian based, Nigerian born Researcher, Marketer and Entrepreneur driven by Social Justice, passionate curiosity and commitment to the scientific method of problem solving for translational impact. As a Researcher, Abi specializes in formative, social-environmental systems research design approaches to addressing complex behavioral and social problems. Her research interests and contexts span the Global South, and Indigenous, migrant and minority communities worldwide. Over the last few years, Abi has led several behavioral change research projects funded by industry organizations, including Diabetes Queensland, Queensland Health, Enhance Research, and UNICEF Malawi. Abi is also a part time academic and holds an adjunct Research Fellowship and Sessional Lectureship with the Department of Marketing, Griffith University. Her current academic program of research focuses on on human trafficking, gender inequality in sports, WASH, and child & adolescent health. Abi’s award wining work has been presented at national and international conferences, and published in peer-reviewed academic journals and conference proceedings. As a Social Marketer, Abi recently won funding from the Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) through Life Education Queensland, Australia’s largest children’s health promotion charity, to lead the formative research, program design, delivery and evaluation of Healthy Eats! A multilevel community-based Social Marketing program to increase healthy eating among primary schoolchildren from Indigenous and migrant communities in North Queensland. As a Social Entrepreneur, Abi translated her multi-stream PhD research insights on the root causes of human trafficking in Nigeria to found Grace + Grit Social Enterprise, an international startup that works to break the global human trafficking supply chain by empowering vulnerable people and communities around the world to become self-sustaining.