FAWE Kenya in collaboration with education stakeholders put together a report to inform debate and decision making in education sector regarding reopening and management of schools, colleges and universities in the face of COVID-19. […]
FAWE Malawi was appointed by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to be part of the National task force on reopening of learning institutions. From the inception meeting held on 22nd May, 2020, […]
The unexpected is here with us. The Covid-19 crisis has affected the normal operations of governments, citizens, service providers and humanitarians. This includes the interruption of the implementation of a game-changing plan we have […]
The Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) and VVOB – education for development have launched an innovative new resource: The “Gender-responsive pedagogy for early childhood education (GRP4ECE)” toolkit. This toolkit provides early childhood teachers […]
On November 24-25, the African Union Commission, African First Ladies, CSOs, traditional leaders and multilateral partners convened in Accra, Ghana, for the 2nd African Girls Summit to End Child Marriage and Other Harmful Cultural […]
October 11 is the International Day of the Girl.
In Africa, girls are too often left behind when it comes to obtaining the skills they need to be able to get good jobs. Two solutions […]
Women have in the past been ignored in the development of education systems in Africa. This is evident in the blatant disparities in the rates of access, retention and completion for boys and girls. […]
As the needs of the education sector in Africa intensify, compounded by challenges ranging from food security and climate change to conflict and displacement, the donor community is turning its attention from education to […]
How can we ensure that efforts to improve education for girls in Africa produce sustained, cumulative impact?
Factors related to the quality of learning in a school environment are interdependent and inter-related. All to often, […]