- FAWE awarded Henry R. Kravis Prize in Leadership.
- Gender-Responsive Pedagogy model adopted in teacher training colleges in Ethiopia, Senegal and Tanzania.
- 4 FAWE NCs created – Angola, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo and Southern Sudan.
- 1 FAWE NC created – Somalia.
- Gender-Responsive Pedagogy model introduced.
- Re-entry policy for adolescent mothers adopted.
- FAWE House officially opened in Nairobi.
- 1 FAWE NC created – Comoros.
- Bursary programme introduced.
- Centres of Excellence introduced.
- Tuseme officially adopted by Tanzania Ministry of Education and Culture.
- 6 FAWE NCs created – Burundi, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia and Togo.
- 3 FAWE NCs created – Rwanda and The Gambia.
- Tuseme youth empowerment model introduced.
- HIV/AIDS programme introduced.
- 4 FAWE NCs created – Benin, Nigeria, Senegal and Tanzania.
- Science, Mathematics & Technology model introduced (FEMSA).
- 4 FAWE NCs created – Mali, Sierra Leone and Zanzibar.
- 8 FAWE NCs created – Ethiopia, Gabon, Guinea, Kenya, Mozambique, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
- FAWE awarded UNESCO Comenius Medal for its contribution in the field of educational innovation in Africa.
- FAWE creates Agathe Uwilingiyimana prize for innovators in female education.
- FAWE registered as international NGO, Kenya.
- 3 FAWE NCs created – Ghana, Malawi, Seychelles
- FAWE created by African women policy-makers in education.
- Associations existing in Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Madagascar join FAWE as National Chapters (NCs)