Inclusive and equitable education provides all learners with the capabilities to become economically productive, develop sustainable livelihoods, contribute to peaceful societies and enhance their individual wellbeing. This technical brief describes how Gender-Responsive Pedagogy for […]
On this year’s World Teachers’ Day, FAWE and the African Union/Centre for Girls and Women’s Education in Africa (AU/CIEFFA) collaborated in documenting African teachers’ experiences during COVID 19. This was in a bid to […]
The high number of sexual violence and teenage pregnancies prompted schools in Burundi to return to the cultural basics in a bid to eradicate this vice. Culturally, children in Burundi were assigned a mentor […]
FAWE Uganda/Mastercard Foundation scholars creating awareness against teenage pregnancy and child abuse in the Rwenzori sub region
On 11th October, 2020, Uganda joined the rest of the world to commemorate the International Day of the Girl Child under the theme “My Voice, Our Equal Future.” This year’s celebration came at a […]
FAWE Rwanda through the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program is set to award comprehensive scholarships to 9 scholars transitioning from high school to tertiary level at the end of 2020. Part of the award includes […]
In light of the International Day of the Girl celebrations, our Executive Director, Mrs. Martha Muhwezi penned a heartfelt op-ed on the plight of the voiceless girl mothers.
The article highlights some of the challenges […]
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 Mastercard Foundation has partnered with the University of Capetown to provide scholarships to academically deserving and economically disadvantaged students from Africa.
The links below provide all the information needed to help you kick-start your […]