cameroon

Survivors’ Network


Women taking part in a two-day workshop in Douala, Cameroon, in January 2019.

Women taking part in a two-day workshop in Douala, Cameroon, in January 2019.

 

Survivors’ Network (SN) was set up in 2015 by Francisca Awah Mbuli after she was lured to the UAE for work and trafficked. SN helps repatriate women and children who have been trafficked across Cameroon and abroad.

SN provides empowerment programs, vocational training, and microfinance to the women they rescue and to other survivors so that they can start their own businesses or find employment opportunities. They also carefully plan and conduct sensitization campaigns in schools, churches, marketplaces, government constituencies and across both digital and traditional media so that women and children do not fall prey to human trafficking.


In 2017 & 2018


177

Women received vocational training

21

Women were provided with micro-finance


 
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