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The Hard And Noble Work Towards Education Equity With Rosalinda Agana

Around 95% of girls in the most disadvantaged African rural communities never completed senior high school. Rosalinda Agana grew up in Northern Ghana and experienced the lack of access to ...quality education herself. But now, she is on a mission to build education equity on a global scale. Joining Corinna Bellizzi, she shares how she completed her education against great odds, got a scholarship through CAMFED Association, and is now giving back to her community through her not-for-profit organization. Rosalinda talks about her work to help young people get the education they deserve regardless of race, skin color, or social status. She also discusses how she teaches farmers adopt more sustainable farming systems and small business owners to eliminate the use of plastic packaging.

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Rosalinda Agana grew up in Northern Ghana and completed her education against great odds. Selected to receive a CAMFED scholarship to study law, Rosalinda joined the pan-African CAMFED Association of women leaders. She is trained as a Learner Guide, delivering CAMFED’s self-development curriculum to marginalized students. At university, Rosalinda founded a non-profit organization to support teenage mothers with income-generating skills. In 2019, she started a climate-smart agriculture enterprise, providing employment for rural women, growing and processing peanuts, soya, and potatoes. A passionate youth advocate, Rosalinda’s platforms have included the Youth Diplomacy Summit in Accra, the Baobab Summit in Kigali, and the Youth Agriculture Summit in Brasilia. She is pursuing her Master’s degree in Sustainable International Development at Brandeis University, USA.

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