"Politicians can talk, but we need actions!" 18-year old Natasha Mwansa from Zambia is given a standing ovation by World Leaders at 2019 Women Deliver Conference

On Monday, at 2019 Women Deliver Conference, Natasha Mwansa from Zambia brought the audience and world leaders to their feet as she gave her speech.

Mwansa highlighted that governments are not doing enough work to be inclusive of young girls.

Natasha was born and raised in Zambia. She received her diploma at Lusaka Secondary School and is taking a gap year before embarking on her new studies.

 As a Junior Reporter, Child Journalist, Child and Women’s Rights Advocate and Activist at the Media Network on Child Rights and Development, she is responsible for gathering and disseminating information and tracking stakeholder progress.

 Through her work, she was selected to be part of the African Union Commission’s Youth Advisory Board. Additionally, she also is the Social Accountability Monitor at Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Dissemination Service.

 As an advocate, Natasha is proud of being in the process of starting an initiative that will foster young people to take radical action and foster positive change.

Natasha advocates for girls and women because she believes girls have untapped power and will stop at nothing until it is unleashed.

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