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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. 

LEAH'S STORY

Join US!

NEBRASKA RALLY for NIGERIA

We have embarked on a new form of advocacy as we Rally for Nigeria in specific locations.

Last month we were in Minneapolis, Minnesota and 

on June 5th we will be in Omaha, Nebraska

 

Join us as we #RallyforNigeria and #SpeakUpforLeahSharibu

More info:

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Free Nigerian slaves

We continue to pray and advocate for Leah's release.

 

We need you to #SpeakUpforLeahSharibu and #FreeNigerianSlaves

The tragic situation that led to Leah’s captivity still allow others to fall victim to the same fate.

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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.

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OUR MISSION

Promote 

advocacy and pressure for Leah's release -and other girls in similar situations. 

Prayer

for Leah and other similar girls, for their release.

Provide

for girls and women who have been affected by attacks or are in a form of captivity

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.