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Esohe Aghatise, lawyer, PhD., founder, and director of Associazione Iroko Onlus in Turin, Italy, discusses job options with a Nigerian
victim of sex trafficking. The organization provides counseling, legal and psychological support, food, and basic job training. Most of the women she sees come from South Central Nigeria and are trafficked by other Nigerians, who ensnare them with tales of jobs. When they arrive and discover there isn't a job waiting, they are forced into prostitution through coercion,
threats against their families at home, voodoo rites, and physical violence.