EXTRACT | Elizabeth Nyamayaro' 'I am a girl from Africa': A journey back to Zimbabwe

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Cover for 'I am a Girl from Africa'
Cover for 'I am a Girl from Africa'

Grounded by the African concept of Ubuntu - 'I am because we are' - Elizabeth Nyamayaro's memoir 'I Am a Girl from Africa' charts her quest as she pursues her dream, starting in the small village of Goromonzi to Harare until she lands up in London and beyond, where she eventually became a Senior Advisor at the United Nations and launched HeForShe, one of the world’s largest global solidarity movements for gender equality. Here is an extract from her book. 

I arrive to a Zimbabwe that has changed a great deal since I left.

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