Faty Kane is a campaign leader and social justice activist, passionate about promoting gender equality and female leadership. Professionally she coordinates Plan International global campaign ‘Because I Am a Girl’ across West and Central Africa, aiming at ending child marriage and keeping girls in school. She is the Vice-President of the West African think tank ‘WATHI’ that aims to connect citizens to policy makers. She is also launching a new project called “Footeuz d’espoir” using girls’ football to promote empowerment and leadership skills. Faty Kane is specialized in the design and implementation of advocacy and campaign strategies, working on a range of development topics related to education, child protection, girls and women rights. She graduated in marketing from Institut Africain de Management.

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