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One story from the caring world: Nyumbani.
Narrated by Danai Gurira, this film shows how this unique organization is changing the story of children and HIV/AIDS in Africa.
4GGL thanks Girls’ Globe for this story.
Johnson & Johnson is proud to help Nyumbani by supporting programs that bring clean water, education and access to new medicines. You can help support the children of Nyumbani Village by making a donation at CaringCrowd, a crowdfunding platform dedicated to improving global public health.
Read more on Girls’ Globe by teenage blogger, Amanda Ring:
My name is Amanda and I am a 18 year old girl from Sweden. One of my main interests in life is other human beings and their well-being, mostly women and girls. That is why female rights is something I mostly spend my time talking, acting and discussing about and in the future I hope this will represent my daily working life. I hope you’ll enjoy reading my posts and just let me know if there is any feedback! Together we can make the world a better place for everyone.
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Narrator Danai Jekesai Gurira is a Zimbabwean American actress and playwright, best known for her role as Michonne on The Walking Dead, an AMC television horror drama series, and as the writer of the Tony Award-winning play Eclipsed.