According to Michaela Sallu who is the CEO of Women Against Inhumanity, the objective of the sensitization was to inspire the girls to stay alert and reject anything which might damage their future.
She interacted with the girls who replied saying they were touched by the movie as it depicted their true sufferings they were enduring before being rescued by Don Bosco and its partners and later placed in the Don Bosco Girls Center in Lunsar.
Alhaji D. Samura is working with Women against Inhumanity and CEO of Aldaud Production (Media and Advocacy) that recorded the movie. He said his main purpose for partnering with Women against Inhumanity was because he was touched by the number of girls on the streets and that he thought it wise to use his organization which is a media and advocacy tool to combat this menace, hence the creation of the documentary aimed at encouraging girls to stay off the street.
The event took place on Saturday 22nd June, 2019 at Don Bosco Girls Center- Group Home for Girls in Lunsar. The topics discussed before and after the movie was shown included “no teenage pregnancy, no child trafficking, no to child marriage, no to child labour, no to domestic violence and no to rape.” The girls experienced a very interactive session and later explained that they appreciate the two organizations for teaching them how to say no to issues that are detrimental to their growth and success in their education.