Peace Corps Volunteer Juliette Keeley worked with a group of young women during her service in Guinea to publish a magazine for girls that tackles tough issues routinely faced by young women in the country. The magazine, Aicha, addresses topics of interest to young women in the community – including education, fashion, agriculture, cooking and women’s rights – as well as more sensitive topics like women’s health, HIV/AIDS, early marriage and relationships.

Peace Corps Volunteer Juliette Keeley worked with a group of young women during her service in Guinea to publish a magazine for girls that tackles tough issues routinely faced by young women in the country. The magazine, Aicha, addresses topics of interest to young women in the community – including education, fashion, agriculture, cooking and women’s rights – as well as more sensitive topics like women’s health, HIV/AIDS, early marriage and relationships.

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