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Hear from our grads and leaders this Education Day

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Watch Winnie and Linda in conversation about the power of education

2023 marks the fifth year that International Day of Education (January 24th) has been celebrated across the globe. After three decades of supporting girls learn, thrive and lead, CAMFED’s pan-African movement provides living proof of this year’s theme: “to invest in people, prioritize education.”

As educated women leaders, we are fulfilling our potential and paying forward the support that enabled us to stay in school and build our dreams after graduation. 

Education makes dreams real because it gives you the platform to be who you really want to be.

Winnie, founding CAMFED Association member, Zimbabwe

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Winnie and Linda in conversation

Winnie and Linda are part of our pan-African sisterhood of leaders educated with CAMFED support – the CAMFED Association. They are also part of CAMFED’s team in Zimbabwe, supporting our program delivery and mentoring more vulnerable young women to become independent and influential.

In a new video recorded for Education Day, Winnie and Linda sit down together to talk about supporting one another and many others through education.

Watch Winnie and Linda's video

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Winnie Farao

I am Winnie Farao, a founding member of the CAMFED Association of women leaders in Zimbabwe. I am part of an unstoppable movement who are making a great difference to communities, countries and nations.

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