One Young World Summit education panel with CAMFED’s Angeline (Angie) Murimirwa

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At the One Young World 2022 Summit – held in Manchester, UK, and digitally, from September 5th to 9th – Angeline Murimirwa, CAMFED Executive Director – Africa, joined a virtual panel discussion on “Advancing Education: The Path to Gender Equality?” alongside One Young World Ambassadors.

The annual Summit brings together 2,000+ of the brightest young leaders from 190+ countries and every sector, working to accelerate social impact.


Angeline represents CAMFED at One Young World, Sept. 6, 2022

Angeline followed in the footsteps of Fiona Mavhinga – Executive Advisor to the CAMFED Association of educated women leaders – who participated in the One Young World Summit 2014, together with Chifundo Gloss, a pioneer in the CAMFED Association in Malawi.

When Fiona and Chifundo attended they were representing more than 24,000 young women in our pan-African network. Today, this powerful sisterhood has grown to a membership of nearly 208,000 across five countries.

Angeline highlighted our collective action to address girls’ exclusion from education, driving progress on gender equality and much more.

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