Harry meeting women in Malawi - Meghan Markle attends via Skype

As part of his tour of Malawi Harry stopped in to visit a college whose education is partially supported by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust and by CAMFED. Per their web-site:

CAMFED is an international non-profit organization tackling poverty and inequality by supporting girls to go to school and succeed, and empowering young women to step up as leaders of change.

Since 1993, CAMFED’s innovative education programs in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ghana, Tanzania and Malawi have directly supported more than 3.3 million students to attend primary and secondary school, and nearly 5.7 million children have benefited from an improved learning environment.
Alumnae of the program (CAMA) are encouraged to help fund the education of future generations of children. CAMFED target girls and women living in the poorest rural communities in Africa where girls face 'acute disadvantages'. 
Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Malawi - Meghan by Skype














Meghan appeared at this visit via Skype - (reducing her carbon footprint!) - and pleasing all of the attendees who sang greetings to Meghan over the computer link. 


Donations can be made to CAMFED through their website - 10 UK pounds will purchase essential school supplies so that a girl can go to school, 50 pounds is enough to purchase a bicycle to use to get to school, and 180 pounds sends a girl to school for a whole year. 

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