The International Centre for  Policy Development, ICMPD. says it extended free medical outreach to 100 victims of human trafficking to enable them live healthy to achieve their dreams.

The Head of Region of ICMPD for West Africa, Dr Mojisola Sodeinde, said this at a Joint Capacity Building of Shelter Operators and Service Providers with Medical Outreach for 100 Human Trafficking Victims between Nigeria and Niger held in Lagos.

Sodeinde, who was represented by the Programme Assistant of ICMPD, Adeniyi Bakre, said they also trained no fewer than 60 women on protection of referral mechanism of trafficking human beings.

She explained that 100 trafficking victims were able to enjoy the free medical outreach to enable them remain healthy to achieve their desired.

She said that the caregivers were trained on how to help the victims to maintain their dignity and  right to avoid been traumatised.

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