CAMFED - Championing Women's Leadership - Video Transcript

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Voiceover Girls’ education leads to women’s inclusion. Inclusion in policymaking, inclusion in health and justice systems and in the economy. And women who are included can become leaders, redefining what is normal and spearheading systems change.

Right now, girls in marginalized communities are being pushed out of school, their leadership potential lost. Together we can unlock this potential. CAMFED unites people across the globe in common cause to stand with our sisters in the CAMFED Association. We are the largest and fastest growing movement of educated young women in Africa.

As teachers, doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs and activists we have the power to shift norms and influence change. We combine our expertize to mentor and keep girls in school, support young women to become independent and influential, and rally our communities to change the status quo for good.

Together with you, we can support 5 million more girls to go to school within five years and help today’s excluded children become tomorrow’s policymakers. 5 million more educated women. 5 million more empowered female activists. 5 million more women paving the way towards systems change. There is no time to lose. Join us today to shape an equitable tomorrow.


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