CamFed


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CamFedCampaign for Female Education
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A week ago, a (https://www.ibtimes.com/meghan-markle-prince-harry-stopped-kensington-palace-overshadowing-kate-middleton-2776278) source from Camfed revealed that Kensington Palace told them not to use Prince Harry's photographs being surrounded by young Zimbabwean alumni to publicize Markle's garden because the Duchess of Cambridge "is co-designing a garden." The insider added that the palace was "worried about mixed messaging."
As part of the programme, Dubai Cares and Camfed (an international non-profit organisation) will work with the Examinations Council of Zambia, the MESVTEE, and other key stakeholders to develop and deliver the necessary training to assess children at primary school level across Zambia, and in particular the Western Province.
Supporting Camfed is a way to stand up for girls' education, especially after the terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped nearly 300 schoolgirls in northern Nigeria this year.
She was flying in from Zambia, where she had been working for British charity Camfed on a mentoring programme she has been involved in since the summer.
The 'Harry Potter' actress worked with artist Mark Demsteader on the new exhibition, which will benefit the African charity CAMFED, and she admitted being on such a low-key set, which didn't have a team of stylists and make-up professionals, was a strange experience.
The event will benefit Camfed (camfed.org), which fights poverty and HIV/AIDS in Africa by educating girls and empowering women to become leaders of change.
A recent study in Zimbabwe indicates that, 'At the onset of menstruation, girls who have no underwear or sanitary protection remain at home while menstruating and this undermines their confidence on their return to school and ultimately contributes to early drop-out (Camfed 1994: 7).