We provide disadvantaged women with training and opportunities to transition to better lives.
The Alabaster team thanks you for your previous support through the years and appeals to you to help us to continue to fulfill this mission.
Beauty came to Lagos from Benin with a neighbor at the age of 18 in the year 1999 under the pretense of sending her to a school in Lagos. Left at the mercy of pimps and prostitutes at the brothel, she was lured into prostitution.
Joy Samuel lost her dad at the age of two and her mother could only afford to train her up to the primary school. She came to Lagos at the age of nineteen with a friend who promised to get her trained as a hair stylist.
Born on the 13 of August, 1981 in Sapele as the second child in a family of five, Sharon ran away from home to live at her aunt’s place in Warri at the age of eighteen in SSS 3. Four months after, she left her aunt’s place following her uncle’s foiled attempts at raping her. […]
Vivian came to Lagos in 1999 with her uncle. She moved in with a friend, Oluchi, who introduced her to prostitution.
Rosemary was fully engaged as a prostitute for two and half years till she came in contact with Alabaster Oil Ministries.
A video of one of our brothel visitations, where we interact with the girls and offer them help and assistance.
This video is an introduction to our work, our motivation and the our history of working with girls on the streets.
“These girls say they do it for money, but I believe they do it because of rejection, disunity in the home and lack of love.”