Miranda Ekema Ndolo is a young activist who believes that community-centred movements can change the world. She has worked in HIV prevention and care in Cameroon and advocates for the rights of adolescent girls and young women to enjoy access to HIV services and their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Miranda works as the Programme Officer for Women4GlobalFund and is a member of the Global Fund Community Rights and Gender Advisory Group and a member of the Global Fund Advocates Speakers Bureau. She previously served as the HER Voice Fund Ambassador for Cameroon with her work cutting across HIV, TB and malaria.
Miranda holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing and is currently pursuing a Postgraduate diploma in Public Health at the University of Pretoria.
In this conversation, Miranda shares moments where she’s felt proud of her work in ASRH, what to do in instances where you encounter misinformation and what got her to start working with adolescent girls and young women in the first place.