Life as a Malawian Girl
"Being a Malawian girl is tough. In most homes, a girl becomes a deputy parent where she takes care of her siblings and prepares them for school, cooks, does dishes, fetches water and firewood, and goes to the maize meal to make flour. The only time most girls have for themselves is when they are at school."
Mercy Mbeleko, AGE Africa Scholar
Providence Secondary School