CAMFED Association member and Sustainable Agriculture expert, Zimbabwe
Climate advocates: Young rural women taking lead in Chinsali, Zambia Meet our climate education experts and activists on CAMFED's climate-smart demo farm in Chinsali, Zambia Young women teaching climate-smart agriculture, growing resilience, fighting hunger, creating jobs, keeping children in school and creating a more equitable world for all of us.
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CAMFED Association member and Agriculture Program Assistant, Malawi
We are taking action right now to support millions more girls to go to school and to grow up to become the next generation of climate leaders.
A video transcript of 'CAMFED - UN Global Climate Action Award | Narrated by Stella McCartney.'
With CAMFED support, Beauty received training in climate-smart agriculture, helping her business to flourish.
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.'
Catherine Boyce, Executive Director for Enterprise and Climate, CAMFED International, and Director, CAMFED Australia, and Harriet Cheelo, CAMFED Association member and climate-smart Agriculture Officer, join the Sky News ClimateCast Podcast to talk about the importance of girls' education in tackling the climate emergency.
Meet Beauty, the inspiration for our first CAMFED Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which now lives on at the Eden Project in Cornwall. With support from CAMFED, Beauty was able to go to agricultural college, helping her build an ambitious business plan as well as expertise in climate-smart crops and growing methods. Today, she is putting food on the table for her whole community, providing jobs and learning resources for others, and protecting the environment around her. When you look at Beauty, don't just see a female entrepreneur, see the future of sustainable growth.