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WORLD TEACHERS’ DAY: EMPOWERING TEACHERS, BUILDING SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES WORLD TEACHERS’ DAY: EMPOWERING TEACHERS, BUILDING SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES
Today, 5th October, World Teachers’ Day, as the global community comes together to support the new 2030 UN Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), FAWE and its network, would like to highlight the crucial role teachers play in achieving…

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A world of possibilities A world of possibilities
By Dr. Harriet Sakala, FAWEZA Alumni

Milestones

2008

  • FAWE awarded Henry R. Kravis Prize in Leadership.

2007

  • 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.

2006

  • 1 FAWE NC created – Somalia.

2005

  • Gender-Responsive Pedagogy model introduced.

2004

  • Re-entry policy for adolescent mothers adopted.

2002

  • FAWE House officially opened in Nairobi.

2001

  • 1 FAWE NC created – Comoros.

1999

  • Bursary programme introduced.
  • Centres of Excellence introduced.
  • Tuseme officially adopted by Tanzania Ministry of Education and Culture.

1998

  • 6 FAWE NCs created – Burundi, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia  and Togo.

1997

  • 3 FAWE NCs created – Rwanda and The Gambia.

1996

  • Tuseme youth empowerment model introduced.
  • HIV/AIDS programme introduced.
  • 4 FAWE NCs created – Benin, Nigeria, Senegal and Tanzania.

1995

  • Science, Mathematics & Technology model introduced (FEMSA).
  • 4 FAWE NCs created – Mali, Sierra Leone and Zanzibar.

1994

  • 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.

1993

  • FAWE registered as international NGO, Kenya.
  • 3 FAWE NCs created – Ghana, Malawi, Seychelles

1992

  • FAWE created by African women policy-makers in education.
  • Associations existing in Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Madagascar join FAWE as National Chapters (NCs)

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