Why Wangari Maathai’s Journey Should Serve as Inspiration for African Girls

As young people, I believe we can learn that it is always important to have a purpose in life, to always endeavor to put our ideas into action and to constantly challenge ourselves.

Why Wangari Maathai’s Journey Should Serve as Inspiration for African Girls
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