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“Crying Since Morning”: Trafficking Survivors’ Double Trauma in Nigeria

August 27, 2019 Video Nigeria: Anguish, Poverty Confront Trafficking Survivors Many survivors of sex and labor trafficking struggle with unaddressed health challenges, poverty, and abhorrent conditions upon their return to Nigeria. Nigerian authorities have failed to provide the assistance that survivors need to rebuild their lives and have unlawfully detained many of the already traumatized women and girls in shelters.  In 2017, 18-year-old Ebunoluwa E. from Lagos believed she was on her way to Russia to work as a model. It turned out the person who promised her a modelling career was, in…

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