Monthly Nkhani (News)
Moni (hello), friend
October has been an exciting month for AGE Africa! We made history by celebrating the national launch of Ticheze Atsikana (Let's CHATS Radio).

We are continually inspired by the support from local communities in Malawi and advocates like you worldwide.

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Picture: AGE Africa scholars celebrate the national launch of Ticheze Atsikana (Let's CHATS Radio)
Let's CHATS Radio National Launch
AGE Africa celebrated the national launch of Ticheze Atsikana (Let's CHATS Radio) at Chambe Secondary School in the Mulanje District on Thursday, October 28. Our keynote speaker was the Honorable Minister of Gender, Children and Community Development, Dr. Patricia Kaliati. Other notable guests included officials from the Ministry of Education, members of Parliament, district councilors, musical guests, and AGE Africa beneficiaries!

The launch helped raise awareness for the Let's CHATS Radio Program, promote radio listenership among girls across the country, and further girls' access to information amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thank you to everyone who has helped make this dream come true!

Giving Tuesday is Coming!
Mark your calendar for #GivingTuesday on November 30, 2021.

GivingTuesday is an opportunity for people worldwide to come together to thank, help, give, show kindness, and share what they have with those in need. 

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Quote of the Month
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"Be a trendsetter"

- Julita John, AGE Africa Alumna

Julita John is a graduate of Mulanje Secondary School. Today, she is practicing dental therapy at Kamuzu Central Hospital and will soon become one of the few female dentists in Malawi!

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