Representing the CAMFED Sisterhood in New York - Dorcas Lukwesa - Video Transcript

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Dorcas, CAMFED Association member, Zambia Hello everyone. My name is Dorcas, I’m a CAMFED Association member from Zambia. I’m so excited that I’ll be attending the Girls Opportunity Alliance ‘Get Her There’ launch in New York, and I’m so proud that I’ll be able to represent my network.

I’m now on my way to the airport. I’m just about to check in and I’m so excited about this journey. I’ll be able to share with you every part of this trip, see you stay tuned!


Sara Sidner, CNN journalist So where is this magical ‘There’?


Michelle Obama Anywhere a girl can dream.


Dorcas, CAMFED Association member, Zambia Hi, hi! I’m about to go back to university where I’m studying, and I just want to leave you with a bit of inspiration from the event.

Girls’ education is at the center of everything because if a girl does not get educated, everyone suffers, and everyone needs to be involved. Bye! It was so nice to have you be part of this journey and I hope you will be involved to get her there!

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