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Lack of access to education is the single most important barrier to gender equality... A girl who is educated becomes a woman who is influential.”
- The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, speaking on International Women’s Day 2019

CAMFED is a pan-African movement revolutionizing how girls’ education is delivered. Through a gold-standard system of accountability to the young people and communities we serve, we have created a model that radically improves girls’ prospects of becoming independent, influential women. Our impact increases exponentially through the Association of young women educated with CAMFED’s support. Together, we multiply the number of girls in school and accelerate their path to livelihoods and leadership.

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So far we have raised:

 

$82,180

 

That’s enough to support 35 young African women through a whole year of
technical & vocational training

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A message from Angie Murimirwa, CAMFED Executive Director - Africa.

 

Angie Murimirwa was one of the first young women supported through school by CAMFED. She is the founding member of the CAMFED Association, and now leads our girls’ education and women’s empowerment work across five African countries: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Malawi and Ghana. For regular updates on this appeal, follow @CAMFED on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook

Thank you for standing with us!

Many of you supported CAMFED when the Sussex Squad called on the generosity of its members and followers during the #GlobalSussexBabyShower campaign. You honored The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’ commitment to community-led change and social justice, and celebrated the imminent arrival of baby Archie by donating to causes that The Duke and Duchess care deeply about. 

Now we are thrilled to have been chosen to benefit from your generosity as the Sussex Squad celebrate Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s birthdays.  

“One of the great things about being fans of Harry and Meghan is never being at a loss for inspiration to celebrate them in purposeful and meaningful ways. Fundamental to their appeal is how earnestly they carry out their humanitarian work, serving and embracing young leaders around the world, who, as they flourish, make sure that no one in their communities is left behind.”
- The global Sussex Squad

Your gift can support young African women from extremely disadvantaged backgrounds to continue their education journey post-secondary school, including in vocational colleges. You’ll support them to acquire the skills they need to get a job or start a business, building independent lives with choice and agency. 

$15

Could cover registration & exam fees

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$70

Could cover course books & stationery

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$200

Could cover a terms worth of living expenses

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$2300

could support a young woman to do a 1-year vocational course

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