In March 2016, Alina Reyzelman is presenting her short documentary film about kidnapped girls from Chibok, Nigeria. On April 14th, 2014 Boco Haram terrorists abducted over 200 female students. Almost 2 years later, Alina investigates why Boco Haram continues to spread violence and fear across Nigeria, and why nobody managed to rescue the girls despite the fact that #BringBackourGirls campaign was hugely successful on social media. USA deployed 80 Air Force troops and UAV drones on the request of Nigerian government. UK, France, Israel sent their military experts to perform rescue operations. However, the girls did not come back to their homes. They are still held captive by Boco Haram and used as sex slaves, cooks and house cleaners for terrorists. What can you do to help to rescue the girls?