Leah Sharibu taken captive by terrorists
at age 14.
Leah Sharibu Remains a hostage of Boko haram.
When her village was attacked on February 19th, 2018, Leah Sharibu, along with 109 classmates, was captured by terrorists. Leah was the only girl who was not released, because of her refusal to renounce her Christian faith.
TUE JUNE 28th 2022
IRF Summit 2022 - Religious Prisoner of Conscience
LEAH SHARIBU - FAITH OVER FEAR
Panelists Include: • Dr. Gloria Puldu, President, The Leah Foundation • Bishop Jude Arogundade, Catholic Diocese of Ondo, Nigeria • Dede Laugesen, Executive Director, Save the Persecuted Christians • Lord David Alton, UK House of Lords • Stephen Enada, President, International Committee on Nigeria • Dr. Ewelina Ochab, Human Rights Advocate & Author • Mariam Ibraheem, Director, Tahir Alnisa Foundation & former RPOC in Sudan
LEAH SHARIBU: BIRTHDAY IN CAPTIVITY
Stream-on-demand --> YouTube
Leah Sharibu marked another birthday in captivity, please watch Leah's advocates, family and friends remember her.
WHO WE ARE
The LEAH Foundation is the only official organization sanctioned by Leah's parents to receive support and donations in Leah's name.
We want to bring freedom and empowerment to Leah - and other women and girls like her.
You can help us.
What kinds of captivity are girls in today?
Apart from being in physical captivity like Leah and others, many girls are held in emotional, sexual, and religious captivity in Nigeria and around the world.
Some girls are afraid to go to school because of the threat of an attack.
Some women are left vulnerable after their husbands have been killed in an attack.