On Woman’s Day in South Africa, 9 August 2021. The Rise Up Movement pays tribute to women who are walking the extra mile within our communities. As part of Women’s Day 2021, the acknowledgment was given to the women of ILembe District in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Mark Fish, who represented The Mark Fish Foundation, spoke to the communities at the social breakfast with other guests, which included Major General Nxabela from Umhlali SAPS and Mayor of Kwadukuza, Dolly Govender.

During the breakfast, the main focus was making the communities aware of Human Trafficking and what are red flags for potential human traffic victims, as well as gender-based violence (GBV) in the communities and how to fight GBV within the communities.

Every donation, even small, will make a difference in human trafficking victims’ or gender-based violence victims’ lives, in rebuilding their lives and reinserting themselves back in the communities. This task might not seem like a difficult task for anyone but, the trauma these victims have experience is unworldly and take time as well as patience for them to reintegrate back into the communities.

We want to thank all the communities for assisting the victims in getting their lives back as well as the corporate sponsors and the individual who donated towards this cause or putting the time in to help the victims coming to terms with their new lives.

If you would like to get involved as an individual or as a corporate sponsor, contact us on the below information:
Email: Info@mff.org.za; Telephone: +27(0)67 007 3500
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