Founder/Executive Director at Green Girls Platform and A Co-founder of the We Trust You(th) Initiative
Joy Hayley Munthali is a youth activist and the founder and current executive director of Green Girls Platform, a female-led initiative that works to address the violence that girls and women face due to Climate Change in Malawi. Green Girls Platform is also the Co-founder of the We Trust You (th), a global initiative that was set up to challenge and support youthfocused donors and NGOs to partner and fund young people more intentionally and equitably. Joy is also an advisor for the Global Resilience Fund. She enjoys working with girls and young women to ensure that their rights are fully realized and they live up to their full potential.
Prompted by a “Fail Fest” session at the 2022 International Conference on Family Planning, Youth Leader Joy Munthali offers her recommendations on how donors can create safe spaces for young people or youth-led organizations to ...
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