With “Habri bo wowo” CMMA raises awareness in Aruba about human trafficking and smuggling

The Coordination Center on Human Trafficking and Smuggling of Migrants Aruba (CMMA) and Ketenmanager Venezuela premiered the feature film Otro Banda di Lama (To the Other Side of the Sea) in the presence of Prime Minister Evelyn Wever Croes and the Minister of Justice Mr. Andin Bikker. The premiere took place at the Imax Gloria in a private event on May 10, 2021.

The short film “Otro banda di lama” (To the Other Side of the Sea) is part of a larger campaign (Habri bo Wowo) to inform and educate the general population of Aruba about the harsh realities of human trafficking and smuggling of migrants. A highly lucrative criminal activity that occurs all over the world, and in Aruba.

The Habri bo wowo campaign includes a 20-minute film that tells the story of Pedro and Camila, a Venezuelan couple who find themselves in dire straits and risk their lives to be smuggled into Aruba, only to find that they have been manipulated into a human trafficking situation.

Also included in this campaign is an educational package aimed at high school and university students with the aim of educating them on the subject and teaching them to recognize the signs of human trafficking and migrant smuggling.

Follow “Habri bo wowo” on Facebook, Instagram and habribowowo.com to learn more about the campaign and keep up to date with the latest developments.