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As part of the Christmas Jumper Day campaign, Jada has just returned from Sierra Leone, where she visited teenage mothers in slum communities who are battling school exclusion and social isolation due to early pregnancy – a trip that is part of Save the Children’s commitment to empowering girls around the world.
As a self-love campaigner, Jada uses her high profile social channels to speak out about women’s right and champions body positivity for young girls. During her visit Jada helped Save the Children develop a new sexual and reproductive health app which will launch in the new year to offer girls in Sierra Leone much needed information and support.
Jada is one of a number of celebrities sporting their Christmas jumpers for Save the Children’s eighth annual Christmas Jumper Day and she is encouraging the UK public to sign up, donate and raise money to ensure the charity can continue to support the most vulnerable children across the globe.
Aston spoke to Jada Sezer, model to discuss about her trip to Sierra Leone and also about Christmas Jumper Day.