Project Description


Trafficking is reportedly more common amongst women and girls/young females in Nigeria than men and boys. This may be attributed to the economic marginalisation of females that reduces employment opportunities and pushes them into exploitative forms of work, and general patterns of oppression which make it hard to resist abuse. The trafficking of girls and young females may also be linked to the common practice of using child domestic work as part of their ‘training’ to become good wives and mothers.

GPI carries out prevention programmes, rehabilitation and reintegration of survivors to prevent trafficking of victims and re-trafficking of survivors.

0 Years
Girls & Women’s Empowerment Policy reform Advocacy
Persons reached directly annually
0 centers
In Nigeria

Upcoming Events

GPI commemorates the World Menstrual Hygiene Day on May 28 with safe space sensitisation campaign on menstrual health and hygiene.

Interactive sessions aimed at demystifying common beliefs on menstruation and improve menstrual hygiene are held.

Free menstrual pads are distributed to vulnerable girls.


As long as girls are ignorant of their sexuality, human rights and health, none of us can truly rest. It doesn’t take much to change a life

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