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“I am now in Senior 2 and I want to be a doctor” Fighting poverty – keeping girls in school in Uganda – Lukia Nanyonjo


Fighting poverty – keeping girls in school in Uganda – Lukia Nanyonjo

“I am now in Senior 2 and I want to be a doctor. FAWE has being paying my school fees from Senior […]

By |2019-03-10T10:45:46+03:00March 10th, 2019|Categories: Voices|Tags: , , |

FAWE receives inaugural 2017 Al-Sumait Prize for the Development of Africa in the field of Education

The Forum for Africa Women Educationalists was in a colorful ceremony held in Kuwait city on 13th December 2017 crowned Laureate for the 2017 cycle of Al-Sumait Prize for African Development in the field […]

By |2018-03-09T15:43:30+03:00December 18th, 2017|Categories: FAWE News, Featured|Tags: , |

FAWE wins US$1million in the 2017 cycle of the Al-Sumait Prize in the field of Education

FAWE has been named the 2017 laureate of the US$1million Al-Sumait Prize in the field of Education. The decision was announced at the conclusion of Al-Sumait’s Board of Trustees meeting in Kuwait City. Please […]

By |2018-03-09T15:49:06+03:00December 3rd, 2017|Categories: FAWE News|Tags: , |

Bukomero Senior Secondary School, Uganda

Established 2009

  • 324 female students
  • 393 male students
  • 10 female  teachers
  • 24 male teachers

Challenges

  • Poverty
  • Rural, nomadic community

COE components

  • Gender-Responsive Pedagogy training for teachers
  • Tuseme youth empowerment programme
  • HIV/AIDS programme
  • Life skills […]
By |2017-08-17T20:41:31+03:00August 17th, 2017|Categories: Centres of Excellence, Uganda|Tags: |

J.J. Mungai Secondary School, Mufindi District, Tanzania

Mixed secondary school

COE components

  • Bursaries for underprivileged
  • Gender-Responsive Pedagogy training for teachers
  • Science, Mathematics&Technology programme
  • Tuseme youth empowerment programme
  • Life skills training

Established 2004

  • 122 female students
  • 152 male students
  • 1 female teacher
  • 11 male […]
By |2017-08-17T08:41:05+03:00August 17th, 2017|Categories: Centres of Excellence, Tanzania|Tags: |
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