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In photos: Nigeria's anti-trafficking movement rising!

On this World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, we spotlight the frontline in Nigeria. These groups are meeting a highly challenging context with inspiring levels of dedication and impact.

Raising awareness is only the beginning. Anti-trafficking work means building the resilience of a community through education, skills and sustainable income. Explore our Nigeria network's projects in photos:

1) Awareness raising

at schools, community meetings and through large-scale marches and rallies

2) Skills and small businesses

— supporting a sustainable income for young adults and families

3) Community groups

— supporting communities, monitoring migration and educating people on their rights

4) Network development

— meeting a networked crime with a highly networked solution; preventing the displacement of need

The anti-trafficking projects photographed are spread across the country:

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