South African women needing to abandon their babies don't have safe options: This must change

In South Africa it is against the law to abandon a child—specifically an infant, in such a way that the baby is likely to die. But people are rarely prosecuted for this crime. This is usually because the perpetrator—often the mother—cannot be located. When found, individuals are usually charged with murder.

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