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How Theresa Kachindomoto, a Female Chief in Malawi, is Effectively Putting an End to Child Marriages and Sexually Abusive Traditions

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Malawi Chief Theresa Malawi Chief Theresa Kachindomoto (photo by Hannah McNeish via aljazeera.com)

“Educate a girl and you educate the whole area … You educate the world.” – Theresa Kachindomoto

article by Hadassah Egbedi via venturesafrica.com

In 2003, when Theresa Kachindomoto was called upon to leave her job of 27 years as a secretary at a city college to become a village chief in Malawi, she refused. “I said ‘No, I don’t want to be a chief,’ she told writer Hannah McNeish for AlJazeera, but the royal family insisted, asking her to pack her bags and head home to assume her position as the senior chief of Dedza district around Lake Malawi.

In obedience, the mother of five packed up and headed home to Dezda, little did she know that she would be an agent of great change in the district of over 100,000 people. Days after she arrived, Theresa was…

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