National Director, CAMFED Zimbabwe
Faith has extensive experience working in social development, and has an in-depth understanding of the global development context, including issues such as poverty and gender and their impact on health, development and education.
As one of the first young women supported to go to school by CAMFED, and a founding member of the CAMFED Association of women leaders, Faith uses her own experience in her work with communities to transform young peoples’ prospects through education.
Faith has worked closely with the young women in the CAMFED Association on programs to deliver health and life skills sessions to vulnerable groups, and was part of the team which developed CAMFED’s Learner Guide Program, through which Association members return to schools as peer educators to deliver a bespoke life skills and wellbeing curriculum. Faith has also been instrumental in a number of research projects measuring the wider impact of education on marginalized children, especially girls.
Faith holds a BA Honours in Development Studies, and a BA in Health Sciences and Social Services from the University of South Africa, and is currently pursuing a Masters in Psychology at the University of South Wales.