Priscilla’s story of resolve and determination
“He started beating me and just being very mean to me. I thought I was going to die. But I still stayed because I had a small baby, and I had nowhere to go. I was also ashamed and felt stigmatized. What were people going to think of me? I had failed. My mind was blurred and I just couldn’t see a way out. I never imagined things could change so quickly. I felt trapped in a nightmare“.
Priscilla represents numberless young girls in pastoralist communities whose futures are broken because of the yokes of culture and poverty. Read more
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