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Video: CAMFED - An Introduction

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CAMFED (the Campaign for Female Education) supports some of the most excluded girls in sub-Saharan Africa to go to school, succeed, lead, and grow up to turn the tide of poverty for their families and communities. Our programs are spearheaded by the young women leaders in the CAMFED Association (CAMA), who partner with their communities to help secure every child’s right to quality education. Together with our partners and champions, we are setting course for gender equity, social justice, economic development, and climate action.

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David and Maralyn Strachan $150

Günter Kowa €200

Terri Chegwidden $35

Paul and Laura Lemaire $250

Lucas Ovsyannikov $500

Lucy Lake £300

Joyce Heard $350

Melvin and Ellen Moore $1000

Catheryn Sproull $10

Leane Bucceri $15

Jeffrey Tang $5000

Richard Foskett £10

Constance Khananzour $10

Zoe Cam Nhi Huynh $19

Matthew Reid-Schwartz $100