We envision a world where
young Africans become proactive agents of change
and NOT BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXPLOITED
Our Mission: Protecting African youths against human trafficking by creating awareness to protect the vulnerable and engaging them in intellectually uplifting job training to help them escape unemployment and poverty
OUR JOURNEY IN 2023
About 100 people
comprising of project heads, volunteers and resources persons will participate in the implementation of the project
Sensitization and awareness campaigns on media platforms on dangers and protection against illicit human trafficking will reach over 200,000 people.
Over 500 aspiring young personnel in 10 higher institutions of learning in Benin Republic will be coached and trained on choosing and planning their career
Access to EMPLOYMENT
in combating illegal
The MIAP COP 2023 is providing professional guides and
coaching to over 500 African students of higher institution
of learning in Benin Republic.
Recognizing roles and responsibilities of stockholders in the identification and Protection against Illegal Human Trafficking
This Campaign initiative is MIAP's effort to reduce the
vulnerability of the main target group of human trafficking -the young people, by raising public awareness on
identification and protection against human trafficking
through public information campaigns and programmes.
Rescuing the Innocent
Supporting the Beleaguered
Rescuing the Innocent
Thanks to concerned persons like yourself,
we are able to strengthen and enhance our programs to
ensure our youths gets the better or best jobs they
Support is an excellent way of making that difference in our community! By supporting us you will be contributing to an innovative and purpose-driven organisation with a proud history and a wide range of services, that benefits hundreds of youths this year and many more in years to come.
Protecting African youths against human trafficking by creating awareness to protect the vulnerable and engaging them in intellectually uplifting job training to help them escape unemployment and poverty
The Peacemakers House Podji,
Misserete, Semepodji Benin