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What does the CAMFED Association (CAMA) mean to you? - Video Transcript

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Interviewer So what does the CAMFED Association (CAMA) mean to you?

 

CAMFED Association Member Okay.

 

CAMFED Association Member Wow…

 

CAMFED Association Member CAMA means a lot.

 

CAMFED Association Member CAMA means the world to me. It means everything to me.

 

CAMFED Association Member The best thing that happened to me.

 

CAMFED Association Member CAMA means a transformational experience.

 

CAMFED Association Member To me, CAMA means sisterhood.

 

CAMFED Association Member To me, CAMA is an opportunity to help others.

 

CAMFED Association Member CAMA means change to me.

 

CAMFED Association Member Bold sisterhood, care for one another, respect and commitment.

 

CAMFED Association Member A family that is able to change the individual.

 

CAMFED Association Member You feel there is something binding you people. I don’t know, as a family it’s blood. But for CAMFED, CAMA members, I think there is something greater.

 

CAMFED Association Member Being part of CAMA, it gives us a sense of belonging. And also, CAMA, it helps give us courage.

 

CAMFED Association Member You get to gain confidence and you know your potential.

 

CAMFED Association Member It’s a network of change leaders, who will stop at nothing to make sure we see what we want to see.

 

CAMFED Association Member To me, CAMA is just about putting your community at heart.

 

CAMFED Association Member It is a platform that can help me to also give back to my community.

 

CAMFED Association Member CAMA is a place where they give you an opportunity to help somebody else.

 

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