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FAWE’s good practices in girls’ education inform West Africa sub-regional review


Monday, 25 February 2013

FAWE GhanaFAWE GHANA has been selected to be part of the technical committee for a comprehensive review of best practices in girls’ and women’s education in West Africa currently being undertaken by Aide et Action, Plan International West Africa Office (WARO) and FAWE.

The review will look at strategies, initiatives, procedures and behaviour that have resulted in positive outcomes for girls’ and women’s education in the sub-region.

It will pay particular attention to the positive change these projects and actions have made, their sustainability and the potential for them to be transferred or replicated more widely in the education sector in Africa. It will also consider existing and potential hindrances to these good practices.

Ultimately, the aim of the review is to identify how to capitalise on existing good practices and ensure greater and wider positive impact in African education.

FAWE Ghana will lead FAWE’s participation on the technical committee and contribute data on FAWE’s proven good practices for girls’ and women’s education to the review. FAWE has worked to enhance girls’ and women’s education in Africa for the past 20 years and has developed a number of initiatives with measurable positive outcomes in this area.

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