Mpho is a professional criminologist who holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Studies from the University of Botswana. She also holds a certificate on Africa Sustainable Development for All from the University of Aberdeen. Mpho is the founder and current Executive Director of The Voice of Africa Trust, a youth-led organization that advocates for the rights of youth, women, and children. Mpho is a member of the Zimbabwe Independent Youth Advisory Panel, and Girls Not Brides, the global partnership to end child marriage. Mpho has conducted behavioral change research with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Botswana. 



A Life of an African Girl Child

Maternal Mortality in Botswana: a Red Flag of the Millennium Development Goals

Why Are Girls in Sub-Saharan Africa Self-Selecting Out of School?

Chivalry vs. the “Evil Woman”: a Study of African Criminal Justice

The Revictimization of Sexual Assault Survivors

From the Eyes of a Child: A short story

Let Us Lead: A Rallying Cry

The Life of an Icon: "Lessons Learned from the Life of Nelson Mandela"

Report from the Frontline: Bold Move by Botswana Parliament

To Love the Man who will Murder You

Where Change will Grow: Starting a New Life in Katakwi, Uganda

#MeToo and #NeverAgain

More Skin, Less Sexual Assault: The Peculiar Case Study of Karamojong, Uganda

Child Sacrifices in Uganda

Open Letter to the President of Zimbabwe

Understanding GBV in Katakwi