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NACTAL Commends FG Over National Action Plan On Human Trafficking. 

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NACTAL Commends FG Over National Action Plan On Human Trafficking. 

BY ANKELI EMMANUEL, Sokoto

The Network Against Child Trafficking, Abuse and Labour (NACTAL) has commended the Federal Government of Nigeria for approving the National Action Plan (NAP) on human trafficking. 

NACTAL, who described the development as the needed roadmap towards combating the ugly crime, added that,  NAP  speaks directly to the current Trafficking in Persons (TIPs) challenges being faced by Nigerians. 

Making the commendation through a communique issued at the end of a 3-day workshop held in Keffi, Nasarawa State to realign Network Against Child  Trafficking Abuse and (NACTAL) Strategic Plan (2020-2024) to the  National  Action Plan on Human  Trafficking in Nigeria (2022-2026), had 25 civil society organizations in attendance.

The communique as jointly signed by Ositadimma Samuel Osemene , the National Secretary NACTAL and Chairperson Communique drafting committee and Mrs. Imabong Sanusi, the NACTAL North-Central Zonal Coordinator, and Secretary of the communique drafting committee respectively called on all donor agencies to support the implementation of the NAP as a veritable tool to combating the menace of human trafficking in Nigeria.

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While appreciating the supports of F11APP and the European Union for supporting the workshop, NACTAL equally thanked 

partners such as NAPTIP, the National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons, USAID-SCALE Palladium, Expertise France, United Nation Organisation on Drug and Crime (UNODC) and International Organisation on Migration (IOM) for their commitments towards halting TIPs.

NACTAL Commends FG Over National Action Plan On Human Trafficking. 

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