She said as part of the programme, they would visit schools to teach learners about good conduct, encourage them to refrain from drugs and instil patriotism in them.“We will raise awareness on human trafficking which is very high in Lesotho, especially on women and girls who are being sexually exploited,” she said. She said they would hold several operations such as mobile patrols, beat patrols, stop and search operations and road check points among others. The African Women's month is commemorated annually in August as a tribute to more than 20,000 women who marched to the Union Building in South Africa on August 9, 1956 in protest against the extension of the Pass Laws to women. The day is aimed at helping nations worldwide to eliminate discrimination against women. It is also focused on helping women to gain full and equal participation in global development.