In Africa, students lead the way by taking action across the continent. Screenings of The Price of Free have already taken place in Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia, Cameroon, Mali, Niger, Chad, Kenya, Ghana, and Rwanda.
On 17 November, in Accra, the All Africa Students’ Union hosted a 100 Million campaign regional screening, with over 300 elected student representatives from across the continent joining them, along with special guests Samira Bawumia, the Second Lady of the Republic of Ghana; Cynthia Morrison, Ghanaian Minister for Gender, Children, and Social Protection; Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Ghanaian Minister for Education; and Mohamed Farahat, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Ghana.
"The audience shed tears on seeing the effort and sacrifice that Kailash and his team have made for freedom and free education for children."
Students in Chad hosted a 100 Million campaign screening on 14th November, leaving members of the audience emotional and keen to continue to campaign for the rights of children trapped in child labour.