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CHATS Teaches Life Lessons

Lucy Morris is a 17 year-old AGE Africa scholar who comes from Namadingo village, T/A Kuntumanji. Lucy is 7th of 9 children, who all live with their mother, and attends Nsondole Community Day Secondary School (CDSS). While the school fees at Nsondole CDSS are not as lofty as other secondary schools, it wasn’t easy for

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Featured Scholar

Olivia is a Form 4 student at Mchinji Mission Community Day Secondary School who dreams of becoming a Chief Systems Analyst. In her quest for success, Olivia joined CHATS (Creating Healthy Approaches to Success) after being inspired by AGE Africa’s pitch day at her school. CHATS focuses on developing girls’ agency and is having a

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Unity Radio Listening Club

The club started with ten girls in Gulumba. They gather on blankets strewn below the greenery of Malawi on Saturday mornings. Brought together by Lucy Bright Morris, who understands the power and agency provided by AGE Africa’s weekly radio program Ticheze Atsikana (Let’s CHAT!), this diverse group of girls started a society they named Unity Radio Listening Club.

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