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Anita Koroma from Girl Child Network - Sierra Leone talks with Women Thrive about Sustanable Development Goal 5 implementation in Sierra Leone, her advocacy work for gender equality, and gives some advice to young advocates.
Sybil Nmezi is the founder and Coordinator of Generation Initiative for Women and Youth Network (GIWYN), a Nigerian-based organization and the team leader of a coalition of eight organizations. GIWYN works to realize the full sexual and reproductive health and rights of all people in local communities, with a particular focus on the most marginalized grassroots women.
Morenike is the Director of Programs of the Women's Consortium of Nigeria (WOCON), an organization committed to the enforcement of women and children's rights and the attainment of equality. Hear from Morenike about her advocacy work, thoughts on Nigeria's implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 5, and advice for young advocates!
Mariya is the co-founder of Sahiyo, an advocacy organization that empower Dawoodi Bohra and other Asian communities to end Female Genital Cutting and create positive social change through dialogue, education and collaboration based on community involvement in India and the diaspora. Hear from Maryia about her work on FGM/C and tips on how you, too, can become an advocate.
Malingto is the founder of Cam-America Global Initiative for Social Change (CAGISC) and is a registered nurse and health professional. Hear from Malingo about women's rights advocacy issues in Cameroon and Sustainable Development Goal 5.
Mary is the Founder and President of the Afghan Women Skills Development Center (AWSDC) in Afghanistan. AWSDC is a member of Women Thrive's Alliance for Women's Solutions.
Listen to Madalo, Program Director at CRECCOM (Malawi) and Women Thrive's Alliance for Women's Solutions member, talk about how her organization works with communities, cultural and traditional leaders and policy-makers to bring about change and gender equality.
Listen to Aissa, a Cameroonian activist, describe how life and work in the extreme north of the country have changed since Boko Haram's terror spree.
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