Come Home! Free Support Is Available for Repatriating Sex Trafficking Survivors!

My Sister, If you swore any kind of juju oath before you left Nigeria to Europe and are now trapped in sex trafficking because of it, all such curses (if you believed in their power) have now been revoked by His Majesty, the Oba of Benin. Please come home. Our NGO, Pathfinders, is providing free, holistic […]

His Majesty the Oba of Benin Renounces Curses on Victims of Human Trafficking

BENIN CITY, EDO STATE- His Majesty, the Oba of Benin, Oba Ewuare II (the supreme spiritual of the Benin Kingdom), summoned all Benin Chiefs and native doctors in the Benin Kingdom to his palace for an emergency meeting in Benin City on March 9, 2018, wherein he renounced all curses that had been placed on victims […]

Pathfinders and WOFS (Abuja) Provide Hearts of Hope Support for IDPs at Gwoza-Bama IDP Camp, Abuja

ABUJA, NIGERIA.  On March 3, 2017 and in partnership with Word of Faith School (Abuja), Pathfinders organised an outreach which provided almost 300 Hearts of Hope packages (food, clothing and basic hygiene items) to survivors of the Boko Haram insurgency at the Gwoza-Bama IDP Camp in Abuja (Area 1), Nigeria. The camp is currently hosting 2,700 survivors in Nigeria’s […]

Pathfinders’ R. Evon Idahosa Appointed as Consultant to Nigeria’s Office of the Senate President on Migration and Human Trafficking/Organizes Roundtable

BENIN CITY, NIGERIA.  Pathfinders’ R. Evon Idahosa, Esq. has been appointed a consultant to the Office of the Senate President of Nigeria on migration and human trafficking.  (Ms. Idahosa is also currently serving as a consultant to Nigeria’s House of Representatives regarding its efforts to amend the human trafficking law in Nigeria.) In an effort […]

January/February 2018 Journal Entries from our Founder, R. Evon Idahosa (Rome, Italy)

January 30, 2018: On The Road Human Trafficking Conference, Rome, Italy Grateful for every opportunity I get to amplify the voices of women and girls who are not in a position to do so on their own. Spoke today at the Italian Houses of Parliament for On the Road’s International #humantrafficking conference on our transformative prevention and […]

Celebrate Our Founder’s 44th Birthday by Helping to Launch Our Safehouse!

 Personal Birthday Message From Our Founder, R. Evon Benson-Idahosa: Celebrate with me! March 8, 2018, International Day of the Woman, is my 44th birthday and nothing would bring me more joy than to finally officially launch our ‘The Anchor’ Safehouse for 20 survivors of #sextrafficking in Nigeria (see pictures). BUT I need your help! In lieu […]

US Department of State Releases Interim TIP Report (2018) on Nigeria

Every year, the United States’ Secretary of State submits an interim assessment report to Congress of countries which have been determined to require special scrutiny following the publication of the State Department’s annual Trafficking In Persons (TIP) Report.  The Report outlines any progress in government efforts to combat trafficking in persons in the six months […]

Free Vocational Skills Training Available!

To mark #HumanTraffickingAwarenessDay, we are providing *FREE* vocational skills training to fifteen (15) potentially vulnerable young women, ages 15-25, in an area of your choice. The top five students will receive START-UP FUNDING to start your small business.  Registration for NABTEB certification is also included! FREE forms are available at our offices in Benin City (1 Faith […]

These Are the Hands that Survived!

Every year, tens of thousands of young women are trafficked from Nigeria to be forced into prostitution in the European sex industry, with the primary destination country being Italy.  Benin City, the capital of Edo State, is an internationally recognized hub of sex trafficking in Nigeria.  It is certainly Nigeria’s sex trafficking hub, as established […]

Pathfinders Partners with British High Commission (NGR) for Panel Discussion at AIS, Abuja

ABUJA, NIGERIA.  On December 6, 2017, Pathfinders participated in a panel discussion organised by the British High Commission on modern slavery/human trafficking at American International School (Abuja).  Represented by Barrister Anthony Osawaru, Pathfinders contributed to the discussion along with panelists from other local NGOs and the British High Commission as they engaged AIS’s senior students […]