Day 122

I'd like to finish out this week of looking at Not for Sale's work with an update of what they're doing in South Africa.

Three years ago, when Not For Sale first began working in South Africa, traffickers – if convicted, were charged with kidnapping and other less serious crimes. Recently, Justice Portfolio Committee Chairperson Luwellyn Landers announced that as soon as next month, the Parliament will pass the Prevention and Combating of Trafficking in Persons Bill –criminalizing human trafficking, prostitution, and forced labor.

This is the difference that your donations are making. Thank you.

In other news, today marks exactly 1/3 of the project. Thank you for the support over the last 122 days. I'm looking forward to running the rest of the race--the next 244 days--together.