When you envision a champion, what qualities do they possess? At Camfed, all of our Champions are inspiring and have tenacity, creativity, and most importantly, an unwavering passion for the pursuit of girls’ education and opportunity for women.
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Supporters are doing amazing things every day to help get more girls to school in Africa. Read what’s happening around Camfed.
Thanks to your generous support for our Seasonal Appeal, 6872 more girls in Africa will go to school. Your gifts will continue to give for years to come because you are helping to nurture a new generation of educated young women eager to give back to their communities.
Read a letter to Desderia, a schoolgirl in Tanzania, from Lydia Wilbard, co-Executive Director, Camfed Tanzania
Have you ever thought what life is like for girls in Africa who don’t get the chance to go to school? For Chisanga, a secondary school pupil in rural Zambia, it’s something she thinks about a lot.
When you set a child on the path to education in rural Africa, something remarkable happens: she transforms her world.
With the chance to go to school, she begins a journey that will open up opportunities she never imagined. And as an adult she will be able to do something as powerful as you: she will be able to give to others.
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Camfed champions across the world are raising money for Camfed. See who’s doing what – and help them to reach their goal.
“After traveling widely in Africa, I have come to realize that the future of this extraordinary continent lies in empowering its young people, especially disadvantaged girls. So much external aid is misdirected and unhelpful; Camfed is different.”
Pembroke CollegeRead Pembroke College's story
“'It was so exciting being part of such a large event, it was my most enjoyable run so far. I really enjoyed running for Camfed, it was fun being part of a team.”
British 10k 2015Read British 10k 2015's story
“I think being a Champion is someone who encourages others to be their best.”
Ramsbottom SoroptimistsRead Ramsbottom Soroptimists' story
“I had a stack of opportunities as a kid and young woman that I took for granted and really didn't take advantage of them. I want other girls to have some of those opportunities so they have the confidence to do the amazing things that we, as women, are fully capable of doing.”
Sally-Anne DunnRead Sally-Anne 's story