17 March 2018

Sudan: Deputy Head of NCCT - Human Trafficking Is Exploitation of Human in Forced Labor, Harlotry and Recruitment

Khartoum — The Deputy Head of the National Committee on Combatting Human Trafficking(NCCT). Ismail Omer Terab said the human trafficking includes the exploitation of human in forced labor and harlotry as well as recruitment of children by armed movements.

He added extraction of human body members is an organized crime and also considered a type of human trafficking.

Ismail said in interview with SUNA , will be published later, that drugs trafficking , trade in weapons , illegal migration , terrorism and money laundering are also organized crimes.

Terab attributed human trafficking to poverty, conflicts and instability in poor countries which press youth to risk illegal migration.


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