Actor: Presumed NGOs

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43660 Presumed NGOs Young Woman18 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43659 Presumed NGOs Young Woman19 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43658 Presumed NGOs Young Woman20 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43657 Presumed NGOs Young Woman21 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43656 Presumed NGOs Young Woman22 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43655 Presumed NGOs Young Woman23 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43654 Presumed NGOs Young Woman24 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43653 Presumed NGOs Young Woman25 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43652 Presumed NGOs Young Woman26 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43651 Presumed NGOs Young Woman27 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43650 Presumed NGOs Young Woman28 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43649 Presumed NGOs Young Woman29 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43648 Presumed NGOs Young Woman30 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43647 Presumed NGOs Young Woman31 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43646 Presumed NGOs Young Woman32 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43645 Presumed NGOs Young Woman33 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43644 Presumed NGOs Young Woman34 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43643 Presumed NGOs Young Woman35 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43642 Presumed NGOs Young Woman36 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43641 Presumed NGOs Young Woman37 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43640 Presumed NGOs Young Woman38 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43639 Presumed NGOs Young Woman39 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43638 Presumed NGOs Young Woman40 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43637 Presumed NGOs Young Woman41 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43636 Presumed NGOs Young Woman42 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43635 Presumed NGOs Young Woman43 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43634 Presumed NGOs Young Woman44 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43633 Presumed NGOs Young Woman45 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43632 Presumed NGOs Young Woman46 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43631 Presumed NGOs Young Woman47 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43630 Presumed NGOs Young Woman48 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43629 Presumed NGOs Young Woman49 Economic- Compelling to give birth In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43537 Presumed NGOs Baby seller34 Economic- Purchasing babies In other cases, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria, is the operational center where adolescents and women dealing with unintended pregnancies resort to “NGOs” that, apparently, are dedicated to assist women in difficulty. There, doctors promise the pregnant woman to take care of their babies and pay them up from 90 to 225 euros, while traffickers later resell the children for prices between 1100 and 4500 euros. Juompan-Yakam, Clarisse. Jeune Afrique. Niger, Bénin, Nigeria… : usines à bébés, le trafic de la honte, July 28th 2014. Available in: http://www.jeuneafrique.com/47941/societe/niger-b-nin-nigeria-usines-b-b-s-le-trafic-de-la-honte/

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43835 Childless households31 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43770 Childless households1 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43769 Childless households2 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43768 Childless households3 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43767 Childless households4 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43766 Childless households5 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43765 Childless households6 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43764 Childless households7 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43763 Childless households8 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43762 Childless households9 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43761 Childless households10 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43760 Childless households11 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43759 Childless households12 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43758 Childless households13 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43679 Childless households14 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43678 Childless households15 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43677 Childless households16 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria.Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43676 Childless households17 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43675 Childless households18 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43674 Childless households19 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43673 Childless households20 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43672 Childless households21 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43671 Childless households22 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43670 Childless households23 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43669 Childless households24 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43668 Childless households25 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43667 Childless households26 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43666 Childless households27 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43665 Childless households28 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43664 Childless households29 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43663 Childless households30 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria
43662 Childless households32 Presumed NGOs Economic- Purchasing babies In June 2011, Nigerian police intervened facilities of the Cross Foundation located in Abia, southeastern Nigeria, identifying 32 young pregnant women aged between 15 and 17 years old, who were compelled by the owner of this foundation to give birth. According to the National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, some teenage girls told the police that the foundation offered them the purchase of their unborn babies for about 130 euros. The children were then sold for about 4,500 euros (RFI, 2011). Also, in 2008, police raids revealed a network of "baby factories" and according to the local director of NAPTIP, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, many of these cases are currently being processed by the courts of Nigeria. Source: Soares, Ursula. RFI. Trafic de bébés destinés à la vente découvert au Nigeria, May 11th 2013. Available in: http://www.rfi.fr/afrique/20110602-trafic-bebes-destines-vente-decouvert-nigeria