The favorite thing that I've learned from My Better World is to be a self-confident young woman and it has also helped me improve on my public speaking. One of the things I would like to do in future is to help young people get skills to improve their lives.
Secondary Student, Ghana
The inspiring Get Her There campaign launch video, produced by Black-ish actress Marsai Martin and titled “Dear 25-Year-Old Me,” features students from the Girls Opportunity Alliance community addressing their future selves, and sharing their ambitions.
We're here to claim our rights. Education has given us that power.
As girls and young women across rural Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, we’re standing tall and proud, because education has given us the power to claim our rights, speak up, support each other, and work together to change the systems that are holding us back.
On this International Day of the Girl, hear from Melody, a CAMFED Association member and District Operations Officer CAMFED Zimbabwe.
In celebration of World Teacher's Day 2022, hear from Angela, a CAMFED Association member and Teacher from Zambia.
Read Fatuma's video transcript. "Education helped me to have confidence, I can speak in front of many people and I give them advice. Education my power!"
Read Tinotenda's video transcript. "I’m going to make sure this dream of mine helps me to set up an organization that will help the girls and young women out there!"
Read Joyce's video transcript. "I want to study law and become an attorney to focus on protecting the rights of defendants. Education my power!"