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By AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE As part of efforts at curbing the rising cases of child sexual abuse all over the world, an international not for profit organisation, Jose Foundation in collaboration with United Kingdom experts have presented to the public a book on child sexual exploitation (CSE) and understanding the consequences drawing from the Rotherham experience. […]Continue reading
Experts have identified certain abnormalities in brain development which may start few minutes after birth that lead to abnormal sexual behaviours, including rape, incest and child sexual abuse. AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE reports As the Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari held the tender six-month-old baby, Khadijah Bashir, (now eight-month-old) allegedly raped by her mother’s […]Continue reading
BY AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE In furtherance of its campaign against child labor and child sexual exploitation, Jose Foundation extended love to the settlement of the Internally Displaced Persons in Durumi, Abuja. The visit also served as a fact finding mission for its planned workshop on child sexual exploitation slated for August… Ahead of 2017 World […]Continue reading
BY AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE Child Sexual Exploitation is not alien to Nigeria, it is rooted in tradition, in some cases, fetish and ungodly religious beliefs with children and vulnerable women as victims. To curtain this, Jose Foundation is partnering the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development in curbing the menace. AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE reports. […]Continue reading
Child Sexual Exploitation: Jose Foundation Lauds Women Affairs Ministry On Awareness The ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development have been commended for indicating willingness to participate fully in the proposed Workshop programme on how to deal with Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Nigeria. The proposed workshop by Jose Foundation, a non governmental organisation based […]Continue reading
By Agbo-Paul Augustine Curbing child sexual exploitation is not so difficult in Nigeria, some say. All it requires, they insist, is mass orientation and vigilance. AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE writes on the need to use education to fight the menace of child sexual abuse in the country. The emotionally stoked 2012 South African drama, Little One, […]Continue reading
To end Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Nigeria, top businessman and philanthropist, Prince Arthur Eze and other concerned Nigerians are to collaborate to lead a campaign against the menace across the federation. In a statement released by Jose Foundation (JF), yesterday in Abuja, President of JF, Prince Martins Abhulimhen, said Nigeria must act fast to […]Continue reading
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) has become a source of worry for many in Nigeria as government struggles to tackle the rising number of abuses. In this interview with AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE, Prince Dr Martins Abhulimhen, President, Jose Foundation is of the view that culture and poverty has been exploited by some Nigerians to abuse children and […]Continue reading
By Agbo-Paul Augustine Jose Foundation has said that child sexual exploitation has become a notorious issue in several parts of Nigeria that needs the efforts of all to tackle and save the future of the country. Speaking exclusively to LEADERSHIP Weekend yesterday on the planned workshop on Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Nigeria, President, Jose […]Continue reading
By Agbo-Paul Augustine Ahead of a planned workshop on sex abuse of minors and the vulnerable in the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Nigeria, a United Kingdom based nongovernmental organisation, Jose Foundation has submitted a detail programme of the event to the Nigeria High Commission in London. Submitting the plans to the minister for […]Continue reading
NATIONWIDE CAMPAIGN ON CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION KICK OFF IN NIGERIA 2019.
JOSE Foundation Safeguarding in Sport Conference.
Next in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Egypt.
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