Network of Civil Society organization against Child trafficking, abuse and labour (NACTAL) is Nigeria CSO mitigating against TIP, abuse and labour
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The need to protect the rights of Nigerian children and ensure adequate care and support for the those who are disadvantaged, prompted the Civil Society Organizations, led by WOTCLEF, to come together in 2003 to initiate a Network that will promote the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children and the Africa Charter on the Rights of children.
The need for a Civil Society Network to coordinate the civil society and community response was made more urgent and poignant by the increased rate of child trafficking, child labour and child abuse. To attain the millennium development goals, the issue has to be tackled urgently. Seeing the need in the communities and understanding the impact that the Civil Society could have on stemming the tide of child abuse and trafficking, WOTCLEF with the support of UNICEF sought and brought together CSOs working in the focused thematic areas of child abuse, child labour and trafficking. The first meeting of the Civil Society Organizations was held at Benin City, Edo state in 2003.
NACTAL Nigeria Conducts a 4-Day Training for Local CSOs on the Design and Delivery of Effective CTIP Interventions
In her continued efforts to improve the coordination and implementation capacity of Civil Society Organizations on CTIP in...
NACTAL Nigeria Conducts CTIP Training for Law Enforcement Agencies Personnel in Benin and Abuja
To enhance the capacity of security personnel’ who are crucial in the prevention and protection of victims of human...
NACTAL Nigeria Trains CSOs on Effective Shelter and Case Management Approaches in Abuja
In continuation of her series of trainings, the Network Against Child Trafficking, Abuse and Labour (NACTAL) with support from...
NACTAL Nigeria Host Twofold Countering Trafficking In Persons Stakeholders’ Coordination Forum in Abuja
In her efforts to develop a collaborative approach and effective partnerships for action against trafficking in persons: SCALE is...
NACTAL ORGANIZES 3-DAY RETREAT FOR MEMBERS
NACTAL Nigeria, with support from the EU and FIIAPP organized the ATIPSOM project with a 3-DAY Retreat tagged ‘Capacity...
KWARA NACTAL ORGANIZED STAKEHOLDERS’ CONSULTATIVE MEETING TO COMBATING HUMAN TRAFFICKING.
The meeting which had in attendance the Honourable Commissioner of Women Affairs and Social Development Mrs. Aremu Abosede Felicia,...
Statement by National President NACTAL, on the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, 2020
Today is 30th July 2020 and the United Nations has set aside 30th July each year as the International...
DAY OF THE AFRCAN CHILD 2020, A TIME TO GAZE INTO THE FUTURE
We gather together under the tree listening to stories or words of wisdom from the elderly ones without any...
NACTAL TENDER NOTICE 2020
Introduction: Network Against Child Trafficking, Abuse and Labour (NACTAL) is the coalition of civil society organization working in the...
A-TIPSOM Supports NAPTIP to hold a Technical Review Workshop on the Zero Draft of the National Policy
Human trafficking leaves no country untouched. It exists in Nigeria and around the world today, and it affects...