United Against Indigenous Child–Trafficking Organization

United Against Indigenous Child–Trafficking Organization is an international non-governmental organisation in Nigeria. The organisation is mandated to protect the rights of all the persons under the age of 18 years worldwide. The organization aims to advance action against trafficking of children, illegal migration, illicit cross-border crossings, child-smuggling, internally displaced children, and unaccompanied minor refugees. The organisation conducts a tremendous amount of work that both involves and impacts the surrounding communities of various activities to tell the world that child-trafficking exists, mobilize people to stop it and to inform vulnerable groups and alleviate the factors that necessitate children vulnerable to trafficking. They strive to ensure that deprived, excluded, and vulnerable children have the capacity to improve their lives and become young adults, parents, and leaders who inspire lasting and positive change in their communities. They promote communities whose individuals and institutions participate in valuing, protecting, and advancing the worth and rights of children. United Against Indigenous Child-Trafficking Organization will help to strengthen the common values related to the global priority of children and minors' refugees' rights in accordance with the Universal Declarations of Human Rights.

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