Nancysgirlrevolution.com is ranked # N/A on the world wide web, the lower the rank, the popular the website is. The website is estimated to earn $ 1.09 USD per day from advertising and we value it to be upwards of $ 796 USD. We have found the average page load time to be 2.46 seconds. The website is estimated to get a total of 312 visitors per day. The website IP address is 188.8.131.52. Report last updated on October 24, 2019.
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|Website Worth||$ 796 USD|
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|Title||Nancy's Girl Revolution
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– Nancy A One Girl Revolution is the story of Nancy, a young African ‘Suffragette’, leading a movement to end FGM and child marriage. As a young rebel, she resisted for a decade and then went on to help save many other girls within the Pokot region of Kenya. A brilliant speaker and a fearless taboo-breaker, she is now leading a girl revolution, yet she is still just a college student. Over 6 years her story has been filmed, observing her as she resists being cut and then pledges to her tribe to become an example for others to follow. Having proved herself, she is sponsored through secondary school by the Commonwealth Girls Education Fund, an organisation with links to the Suffrage movement. After her years of protesting and campaigning as a school girl, the film sees her invited by UNFPA (the United Nations Population Fund) to address the First Ladies at the United Nations in New York. Her speech so impressed the Kenyan President’s wife she hugged Nancy and offered to assist her. Nancy later received the Bianca Jagger Human Rights Award for Courage, and then educational support from the Madrinha Trust. Nancy wants her story to empower others, so the project includes working with Nancy to screen her story far and wide, wherever it can inspire women and girls to achieve their fullest potential.
The story highlights the change happening within African women, who have been silenced for centuries, who are finally being given a voice and a platform to be heard. It is a story of hope, and it can help to accelerate change wherever it is seen, which is why the distribution of the film is so key. Tribe by tribe and village by village, it is hoped that this film can transform attitudes across Africa, and perhaps even worldwide.
– Click play to see an extract of the story of Nancy, a young African Suffragette leading a movement to end FGM and child marriage.The song used is by kind permission of Kigame Media.
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