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Now, we’re standing with young people in Tanzania, as they campaign for a change in the law to make child marriage illegal. Sign the petition here.“Because I was born a girl, I’ve had to face many difficult challenges along the way – from avoiding FGM, to teenage pregnancy, and getting an education.” In a country where 73% of girls don’t finish their education, Mamie’s dream of becoming a teacher in Sierra Leone seemed impossible – but she was determined to succeed. CARE began working in Tanzania in 1994, in response to the influx of refugees fleeing the Rwandan genocide.In addition, early pregnancies are common, resulting from sexual abuse or consensual relationships.These factors, and others such as ill health, contribute to high school drop-out rates. project focused on adolescent girls between the ages of 10 and 17, targeting primary school dropouts, orphans and other vulnerable children, and adolescent mothers.We thought a campaign which allows someone who’s benefitted from an AMREF project to post their own pictures on their own page – not perfect images of beautiful things, but just pictures that capture the young woman’s life, would be the perfect way to interrupt this stream of prettiness on Pinterest, and get people talking about something different, something that we think is important.
The project provided access to equitable, quality education for 2,000 students (1,600 girls and 400 boys) in primary school, and 80 girls in secondary school.
JJ: Typically we hear stories of people in developing countries as told rather than them telling their own stories. It is very difficult to give the people benefitting from projects on the ground a way to tell their own story.
It isn’t feasible, or necessarily safe, to give people a smartphone or a camera, and NGOs, quite rightly, often do not want to spend money on that.
We worked with advertising agency BBH who came up with the idea of using Pinterest to tell the story of one of the young women who has benefitted from an AMREF project.
The reason they originally thought of using Pinterest, and we agree, is that it is currently mostly used for one thing -- to share pictures of beautiful things -- objects, clothes, jewelry, and things for the home.