Human trafficking is one of Africa’s biggest problem, as millions of Africans are shipped outside there community and their country every day.
This women are vulnerable to forced labor, sexual exploitation and forced marriages.
According to estimates, Africa accounts for 23% of the total global modern slavery, while about 9.2 million Africans were victims of modern slavery as of 2016.
In a bid to access the problem, In celebration of this year’s World Human Trafficking Day, BBC Africa spoke to some women to see what their opinions her and what they think can be done to solve the problem.
How well do you really know the people around you?
This week, we marked World Day Against Trafficking in Persons by asking three women about the state of human trafficking in Africa. pic.twitter.com/eRqiMkOfPY
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) August 1, 2019