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Philip Obaji Jr.
Contributor ; Prize in Education 2014 & Person of the Year 2015; 100 Most Influential Nigerians 2016; Founder .
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IRIN News 5h
Providing clean water in displacement camps will not only save countless lives from deadly waterborne diseases, it can also save young teenage girls from human traffickers hunting for their next victims, argues
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MinervaSRM Sep 21
Recharging Lake Chad Key to Ending the Conflict Between Nigeria’s Farmers and Herders via
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Intl Peace Institute Sep 21
"Over the years, Nigeria has struggled to find a simple solution to the herdsmen-farmers crisis," says . "Peace initiatives at local levels have failed to yield tangible results." What's missing?
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IRIN News Sep 20
Ensuring access to safe and clean water for displaced people could save Nigerians from being exploited by human traffickers, argues
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Humanitarian News Sep 20
. argues that human trafficking can be reduced by providing clean water to displaced communities in northeastern Nigeria. Interesting read via :
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BarazaAfricanCulture Sep 19
First Person: Want to thwart human traffickers? Just add water: ()
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Doreen Anene Sep 19
Congratulations . You are doing a great job telling these stories.
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Global Observatory Sep 19
The most regular, but "often inadequate," response from the Nigerian government to the conflict in the Middle Belt has been the deployment of police and army units to affected areas to address the problem. on what might contribute to peace:
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Duke Of The Airwaves Sep 19
Congratulations Phillip, That piece is gold... I've read it more than 6 times. Very revealing. You deserve this.
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Castoutgoback Sep 18
First Person: Want to thwart human traffickers? Just add water: () Nigeria
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Philip Obaji Jr. Sep 19
Honored to have been named among eight finalists for the Kurt Schork Awards (Freelance Category) for my reporting for on how survivors of the Boko Haram insurgency in northeast Nigeria became victims of human trafficking.
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IRIN News Sep 19
Providing more water could save a child in IDP camps from human trafficking. Here's how:
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Intl Peace Institute Sep 18
.: Recharging Lake Chad could save thousands of lives in Nigeria."It will address drought mitigation, control desertification, and could even act as a catalyst for the establishment of fisheries and irrigation activities." More—
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IRIN News Sep 18
How to fight against human trafficking with clean water, a first person commentary by
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IRIN News Sep 17
How can you keep teenage girls in IDP camps safe from trafficking? Here’s one simple way: provide clean water.
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IRIN News Sep 17
To stop trafficking of IDPs in northeast Nigeria, provide clean water, argues in our latest First Person commentary
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Iheanyi Igboko Sep 17
How We’re Fighting Human Trafficking in Northeastern Nigeria With Clean Water – 
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