Human Trafficking...

Pertulla Ezigha Ketcha
Posted May 8, 2018 from Cameroon
The day is coming up, let's all create awareness at least to two(2) people (1/1)

This is one of the types of Gender-based violence against women but this does not only affect women, children, men, are involved. The most prominent which is forced labour and sexual exploitation.

We do not want to talk a lot on this for the moment, but create maximum awareness on this. Millions are sex objects, exploited and used for forced labour. Now where are we driving at?

The world Bank pinpointed this is a profit making business for the perpetrators. The UN says millions are "modern slaves". The question is with all this modernity and "development" why should there be "modern day slavery"? It is funny because history thought us it was abolished, what is happening,  it seems to be making news now instead of dying away.

Many are not aware of this, create awareness! We received girls who went out knowing they are going to work but were sold out.... Their stories are so touching. What many go through out there is unimaginable.

The full write-up is coming up on the 30th of July which is the world day against trafficking of persons and an event will be organised, to listen, teach, learn and create more awareness of this ill and pain. Do not put yourself in vulnerable situations. You are born free, do not put yourself in chains. CREATE AWARENESS.




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Jill Langhus
May 08, 2018
May 08, 2018

Hi Pertulla. Thanks for sharing your post about trafficking, slavery, July 30th and your impending event. I'm looking forward to hearing more about it. I believe that way more awareness needs to be made around this heinous crime worldwide, as well.

Ngala Nadege
Dec 19, 2018
Dec 19, 2018

Thanks for sharing your post on human trafficking.

Mauwa Brigitte
Jan 15, 2019
Jan 15, 2019

This date of July 30, World Day Against Trafficking in Human Beings, you had always had the idea of thinking of those who are sold as your daughters; women and men victims of violence on any form and denounce the actors of these crimes. Have you ever heard of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and 1820? You are born free, do not chained yourself. AWARENESS.

Juliet Acom
Jan 21, 2019
Jan 21, 2019

Thanks for sharing this with us Ms. Pertulla!

Salma Malik
Mar 24, 2019
Mar 24, 2019

To be great.