Support for WFC drives media initiatives
Opr provided a wonderful team led by Charlotte Lamberty and Louise Cook from their Melbourne based agency Pulse, to deliver a range of media activities with Dr Ntaiya and the students living in Sydney. This is the third year Opr has so generously donated their time and worked tirelessly to create amazing media engagements. We send them a big thank-you!
We also wish to thank Fatima Olumee for her coverage over the week on radio and via social media, and the team of journalism students at UTS for embracing the story of girl’s education in Kenya.
Read about Kakenya and the Sydney scholars in the education section of Sydney Morning Herald in an article by Julie Power on 6th March. Link t0 Sydney Morning Herald article
Women’s Agenda issued this podcast after meeting Kakenya and Sharon, one of the three Sydney students who is currently at UTS. Link to Women’s Agenda podcast