"I'm here in Ibadan, Nigeria for family tracing. I'm looking for the family of a Nigerian who is stranded in Libya so we can reunite them with their family. The boy is 13-years-old. We don't know how he got there, actually. So the boy was able to give us the number of one of the family members. some don't even know that their child is in Libya. Some think maybe the child is in Europe now. and when you say, 'Oh, the child has been in detention in Libya.' Many of them, they are so afraid, 'Ah, please, how can you help us to bring him?' And we tell them, 'This is why we're here.' Every part of this particular work is helping people. Whether you are travelling looking for the family...okay, you are taking the minor to the family...you're helping the sick person who just came back...you're helping people. I think just that sense that okay, what I'm doing no matter how hard it is. No matter the effect on my body or on my mind or anything that keeps me motivated."