In a bid to tackle Covid-19, FAWE Togo led efforts to sensitize teachers, students and community members against the pandemic. The facilitators, supported by Community Health Workers (CHWs) carried out the sensitization program in […]
Engaging in agribusiness to sustain myself and family during the Covid-19 lock-down – Musimenta Edmand’s story
My name is Musimenta Edmand and I am a 3rd year student at Busitema University, pursuing a Bachelor degree in Animal Production and Management.
Like any other hopeful student pursing my career, it has not […]
Engaging in agribusiness to sustain myself and family during the Covid-19 lockdown – Isaac Byonanebye’s story
My name is Isaac Byonanebye, a 1st year student pursuing the Higher Education Access Certificate in Biology and Chemistry (HBC) at Busitema University. I am 22 years old and I come from Kanungu district […]
Teenage pregnancies and marriages remain a major contributor to girls’ school drop outs in the Zambian community. The Forum for African Women Educationalists, Zambia (FAWEZA) Vice National Chairperson, Cecilia Sakala says the organization estimates […]
The Forum for African Women Educationalists Zimbabwe Chapter (FAWEZI) in partnership with Action Aid Zimbabwe (AAZ), Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe (LCDZ) and Aids Counselling Trust (ACT) donated Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs), food packs and […]
Gloria Kayirebwa seeks to be a change agent in her family and community. The third born in a family of six is the only person in her family to have received a university education.
On 15th June 2020, FAWE in collaboration with Plan International, Mtoto News and Rozaria Memorial Trust hosted an all girls’ webinar. The purpose of the webinar was to discuss girls’ perspectives on child friendly […]
The annual blog was launched during International Women’s Day 8 March 2020 followed by a
re-launch in May adjusting to COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. The exercise called for young women from
across Africa and the diaspora to […]