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Ministry of homeland security hopes anti-trafficking in person sensitization campaign will reduce cases of the vice.

The ministry of homeland security says it is yet to reach out a number of targeted areas to sensitize the public on evils of trafficking in persons, under a 90 day national campaign against trafficking in persons.

In an interview with maziko radio, minister of homeland security Jean Sendeza said she is optimistic that her ministry will reach out to rural areas as the campaign enters its second week.

Sendeza disclosed that her ministry is using different mechanisms to disseminate the anti-traffic messages, among others; local drama groups to sensitize Malawians living in rural areas on evils of trafficking in persons.

Minister of homeland security Jean Sendeza: She is optimistic that her ministry will reach out to rural areas as the campaign enters its second week.

“As of today we have not done much because you know first week of doing things is always not easy but by this second week, the campaign will reach some areas of the country and we hope that it will make strides” Sendeza said.

Last week, Government through the ministry of homeland security launched a 90-day national campaign against trafficking in persons which is aimed at raising awareness and protecting human beings from further exploitation.

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