Women Education: A Means for Curbing Women Trafficking

Dije Musa Gumel


As the saying goes: “to educate a woman is to educate a nation ”; hence, women’s education should not be underscored. No nation on earth will progress without educating its women. This paper highlights the concept of education, women’s education, human trafficking as well as the objectives of women’s education. In the introduction, the paper discusses the importance of women as home keepers and bearers of children. It also discusses on the menace of human trafficking and its implications to the life of women in every nation. Conclusion and recommendations were also made. Some of the recommendations are: to curb women trafficking, education for the girl-child must be reinvigorated. Government should find the reasons that push women towards this problem of trafficking and provide solutions.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n26p76

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