The Emmanuel Osemota Foundation hosts symposiums and outreaches for local schools, including community roadshows in areas where local community girls are susceptible to human trafficking.
We do not only advocate against human trafficking by writing local and state government officials but provide paid vocational training for female sex trafficking survivors and local women and girls to stand for their wellbeing and rehabilitation.
We educate and empower both past and prospective trafficking victims to positively influence their lives and provide them a chance to live prosperous lives.
We counsel them with vocational training and mentorship in their recovery. Our organization centers on at-risk populations for human trafficking and hosts public engagements to spread awareness of the perils involved for such young girls.
Our approach is unique and systemic because we help the local Benin City-Edo State community by offering more than inspirational handouts, we uplift the surrounding areas to resist human trafficking activity and support the women who are in peril from this crime.
We take a productive approach to this social problem by offering women vocational skills training, no-cost medical care, and accommodation.