Fatou Jagne is a survivor of human trafficking, working with Network Of Girls Against Human Trafficking as the founder and President. She holds a higher national diploma in pharmacy dispensing assistant from the University of the Gambia . Fatou is a human right activist with a proven track record of working with women and girls to fight against all forms of injustice including human trafficking. Her network consist of survivors of human trafficking who were trafficked in the Middle East.
Her experience as a survivor motivated her to become an exemplary leader in her network, to ensure that trafficking is abolished in the Gambia and Africa at large. Since she returned home in 2017, she has dedicated her life to fighting against human trafficking, irregular migration and other human right abuses against women and girls . She wants to ensure that all perpetrators of human trafficking are brought to justice. Fatou volunteers with youth organisations such as Africans Rising, Activista, Network Against Gender Based Violence, and the National Youth Council, where she works to ensure that young women and survivors realise their full potential and become great leaders in the future.