FAWE Africa’s immediate former Executive Director Ms. Hendrina Chalwe Doroba was awarded the prestigious Women Pioneer Award during the 33rd GIMAC Summit. With this award, Ms. Doroba joins a list of Gender Equality Champions […]
FAWE, UN agencies and partners hold inaugural youth-led convening in efforts to unleash the potential of youth in Africa
FAWE through a partnership between UN agencies and civil society actors co-facilitated a youth-led conference 23- 25 October 2018. The Africa Youth Conference with the theme ‘Unleashing the Potential of Youth in Africa through […]
FAWE has entered into a new partnership with the Norwegian Agency for Development (Norad ) in an initiative that seeks to equip 900 girls and young women from Zanzibar and Mali with entrepreneurship skills. […]
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 […]
We hope that 2018 has been a successful year for you and would like to thank you for the continuous support.
As we start 2019, we will be working towards empowering girls and women in […]
After eleven years of dedication and contribution to girls’ education in the continent with more than five of these at the helm, Ms. Hendrina Chalwe Doroba transitioned from FAWE Africa as Regional Secretariat’s Executive […]
FAWE is pleased to announce the Commonwealth Scholarships for Master’s and PhD study.
FAWE is a nominating agency for the Commonwealth Scholarships, therefore those applicants wishing to be nominated by FAWE must submit a copy […]
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 […]
The President of the Republic of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta on August 28, 2018 at Statehouse Nairobi led Kenyans in honouring the country’s female high achievers whose heroic works have contributed immensely to shaping Kenya.