Farai Liwewe is a goal getter and proud African youth from Zambia. Currently she works for the Republic of Zambia under the Ministry of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs as a Chiefs Affairs Officer. Her duties primarily involve facilitating and implementing of programs aimed at enhancing traditional governance systems and the wellbeing of the rural community. She is an advocate for women and girls and has a demonstrated history of driving sustainable development goals number 4 (quality education) and 5 (gender equality). She has over 3 years’ experience as a volunteer including in leadership roles. Currently she serves as Deputy Executive Director of the Young African Women in Leadership Organisation and Director of Programs and Resource Mobilization at the Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambia, a youth led organisation in Zambia, and is Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Southern Africa Fellow. Armed with compassion for the plight of vulnerable girls and determination to make a change she works with rural communities in Zambia. She has initiated, sought funding for and led programs aimed at increasing access to quality education and enhancement of skills and knowledge of vulnerable girls. In 2017, she received the Zambian Woman of the Year Activist Award as well as YAWL Champion Award all in recognition of her efforts to impact the lives of women and girls as well as promote their rights. Farai- Sylvia enjoys reading books and networking. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Development Studies with a minor in Sociology from the University of Zambia.