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.
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On May 14, 2023 Leah Sharibu will Celebrate
Another Birthday in Captivity
"Leah Sharibu: Let Your Light Shine"
Sunday, May 14, 2023, Leah Sharibu will spend another birthday in captivity with Boko Haram terrorists. She has been a captive for over 5 years, as she 14 years old when she was taken captive and this year marks her 20th birthday.
Streaming Live: 14 May 2023
2pm EST (USA) / 7pm WAT (Nigeria)
Hear from: Lord David Alton, Baroness Cox, Lela Gilbert, Bishop of Yola Diocese Most Rev. Stephen Dami Mamza, Ambassador Rhoda Jahota, Ambassador Elizabeth Ajegena, Kyle Abts, and others. Also special messages from Leah’s mother, Rebecca Sharibu, and Dr. Gloria Samdi-Puldu.
(in case you missed it)
On February 19, 2018 Leah Sharibu was taken captive
by Boko Haram Islamic Terrorists
"Leah Sharibu: 5 Years Captive"
February 19, 2023, marked the 5th year of Leah Sharibu’s captivity with Boko Haram terrorists. We remain optimistic but without hearing any updates from the Nigerian government, we are slowly losing hope. Please pray, remember and hope for Leah's release.
Streamed Live: 19 February 2023
Side event to the
2022 USA-Africa Leaders Summit
"Women and IRF: Why their Concerns are Overlooked in Africa"
(featuring Dr Gloria Puldu)
Recorded: Wednesday, 14 December 2022
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.