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Roughly 65 sisters serving in eight countries. Administrative center in Silver Spring, Maryland. More than sisters serving in twenty states and two countries. Administrative center in Merion, Pennsylvania. More than sisters serving in two states and the Philippines. Administrative center in Buffalo, New York.
Zintle Feza, who was trafficked as a year-old girl, has now written a tell-all book about her life experiences as a prostitute and drug addict. Fezi, 24, penned the book titled 'Neglected' which details how she was lured into the world of drugs and prostitution by her would-be traffickers. Feza is working with the Eastern Cape department of arts and culture to release the book and educate society about effects of trafficking. People started treating me differently and making up stories about me. I had no support from my family members," she said. Feza said her dream was turned into a nightmare in when she was in grade 11 at KwaKomani Comprehensive in KwaKomani, formerly known as Queenstown. She said they saw me when my school was having a debate in East London.
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