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Representatives of the Love Matters project are also regularly invited to conferences and seminars – organised by bodies such as the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Discussions are currently underway about continuing cooperation with these UN agencies.
Despite that, Obuson, 19, said she had hoped to work as a shop assistant to provide for her 2-year-old daughter and younger siblings back in Nigeria's Edo state. She said her madam had confiscated her passport and told her she'd only get it back once she'd worked off a fictional debt of US,000 (S,000).
Obuson told her story to a rare English-speaking client who got anti-slavery activists involved. Reuters met eight Nigerian women aged between 16 and 22 brought into Russia on fan IDs and forced into sex work. "They don't give you food for days, they slap you, they beat you, they spit in your face...
The research report was shared with the Chinese authorities with a call to actively use the internet and new media to engage with young people and fulfill their SRHR needs.
In 2018, Love Matters China launched the first SRHR big data research project together with China Family Planning Association and Tsinghua University.
Yue discussed the struggles and pains she had when she was a teenager wanting sexual pleasure, given that sex and women’s pleasure are still taboo in Chinese society, and how working for Love Matters changed her professionally and personally.
In September, a Nigerian woman was killed by a man who refused to pay for sex, police said.
Working together with a variety of media and advocacy partners, Love Matters China supports media to convey an inclusive discourse on young people’s SRHR, provides trainings to mainstream media professionals on how to use evidence-based SRHR information and collects data to build evidence to foster a more favourable social and policy environment for young people.
In 2017, Love Matters China conducted an online survey on comprehensive sex education in Chinese schools together with China Family Planning Association (CFPA).
The Nigerian embassy later identified her as 22-year old Alifat Momoh who had come to Russia from Nigeria with a fan ID.
Russian police say 1,863 Nigerians who entered the country with fan IDs had not left by Jan 1, the date when the IDs expired.
Another study, conducted by Love Matters China via online survey in 2017, shows that 95% of Chinese young people recognise the importance of sex education in school but 65% of them are not satisfied with the current situation.