Working against human trafficking
The Sound of Tuk Tuk team has now finished the 7th leg of the journey. They have visited new places, met new people, but most importantly, the team has raised awareness about human trafficking throughout this incredible race. The team partnered with the IOM office in Sri Lanka to distribute leaflets about human trafficking and talk to people who may be vulnerable to it. The adventure continues and the team is still on the race to win the fight against modern-day slavery!
Marion, Diana and Livia are three Austrian friends that will participate in the Lanka Challenge 2011, a 12 day journey race covering 1,500 km's in a two-stroke powered tuk-tuk across the beautiful island of Sri Lanka. Their team is called The Sound of Tuk Tuk and they are raising funds for victims of human trafficking.
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