Relationship Type: Economic- Purchasing babies

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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
43627 Childless households33 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43626 Childless households34 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43625 Childless households35 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43624 Childless households36 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43623 Childless households37 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43622 Childless households38 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43621 Childless households39 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43620 Childless households40 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43619 Childless households41 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43618 Childless households42 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43617 Childless households43 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43616 Childless households44 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43615 Childless households45 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43614 Childless households46 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43613 Childless households47 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43612 Childless households48 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43611 Childless households49 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/
43610 Childless households50 Maternity hospital Economic- Purchasing babies In April the Security Corps and civil protection of Nigeria (NCSDC) called in 32 pregnant teenagers in a maternity hospital in the city of Umuzuo in the state of Abia. The young women confessed that they have sold their male babies for 100,000 naira (about USD $631) and their female babies for 80,000 naira (USD $505). According to further investigations carried out by the Nigerian police, the owner of the maternity ward had sold boys for 450,000 nairas (USD $2,900) and girls for 400,000 nairas (around USD $2,521 USD dollars) (Diasporaenligne, 2013). Diasporaenligne.net. AFRIQUE: Trafic d’êtres Humains: Vente des bébés au Nigeria : une pratique menée à l ‘ échelle industrielle, 2013. Available in: http://diasporaenligne.net/afrique-trafic-detres-humains-vente-des-bebes-au-nigeria-une-pratique-menee-a-l-echelle-industrielle/

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