During the implementation of Na Wa Festival in June 2011, EXIT was opportune to interact with stakeholders from diverse working sectors focused on combating human trafficking and exploitation of vulnerable persons. Commonly identified, was the need to build the capacity of the civil society movement in Nigeria by providing training, assistance, information and channels to network with their European counterparts. In an effort to proactively address root causes of human trafficking, a good number of projects specifically to enhance the capacity of civil society, humanitarian work and non governmental organization in Nigeria focused in assisting and providing services for marginalised individuals who may be vulnerable to human trafficking and exploitation were developed by EXIT .
Areas of Intervention
- Bridge the gap of information flow between Europe and in Africa to aid cooperation between stakeholders in both continents.
- Build the skills of workers, volunteers, interns at non governmental organizations in Nigeria, specifically in the field of project development, management, documentation, presentation and evaluation