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#MyImpactStory | Frinwie left Cameroon in order to empower women all over the world!

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In 2002, when Frinwie Muma started teaching, she created a gender club in her school in order to pursue her dream of achieving gender parity and women empowerment. During her 15 year-long career, she has made a tremendous global impact and has created memories that last a lifetime. She currently is a volunteer for Saceda Youth Lead in the Philippines. Read her amazing #MyImpactStory story below.
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