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BBC Sounds: 39 ways to save the planet - Transcript

CAMFED Executive Advisor, Fiona Mavhinga, and CAMFED Association member and sustainable agriculture expert , Esnath, join Tom Heap on the BBC climate podcast, in an episode on 'Educating and Empowering Girls.'

Doreen* - Video Transcript

By the age of nine, Doreen had tragically lost both parents. Forced to leave the village where they grew up, Doreen and her four siblings moved in with their grandmother. Fearful that she would not live long enough to see her grandchildren through to adulthood, Doreen's grandmother felt that she had no choice but to arrange a marriage for her.

Faith*, Secondary Student, Zambia - Video Transcript

Meet Faith, a secondary scholar from Zambia. Following the death of both parents when just three years old, Faith was taken in by her aunt. In spite of this, she enrolled in primary school with the other children in the community. Stuck in a vicious cycle of poverty, Faith worried she would have to stop going to school altogether and have no choice but to get married.

The CAMFED Association - Tackling child marriage - Video Transcript

A video transcript of 'The CAMFED Association - Tackling child marriage.' Rose Alexander, CAMFED Association Member, highlights the issue of child marriage in Malawi, and tells how she helped a girl in her community, Abbie, leave a child marriage and go back to secondary school.

Child marriage - Doreen's story - Video Transcript

By the age of nine, Doreen had tragically lost both parents. Forced to leave the village where they grew up, Doreen and her four siblings moved in with their grandmother. Fearful that she would not live long enough to see her grandchildren through to adulthood, Doreen's grandmother felt that she had no choice but to arrange a marriage for her.

Faith*, Secondary Student, Zambia - Video Transcript

Meet Faith, a secondary scholar from Zambia. Following the death of both parents when just three years old, Faith was taken in by her aunt. In spite of this, she enrolled in primary school with the other children in the community. Stuck in a vicious cycle of poverty, Faith worried she would have to stop going to school altogether and have no choice but to get married.

The CAMFED Association - Tackling child marriage - Video Transcript

A video transcript of 'The CAMFED Association - Tackling child marriage.' Rose Alexander, CAMFED Association Member, highlights the issue of child marriage in Malawi, and tells how she helped a girl in her community, Abbie, leave a child marriage and go back to secondary school.

Esmie

Esmie

CAMFED Association member and activist, Malawi

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