FAWE elects new Executive Committee

//FAWE elects new Executive Committee

The supreme governing body of FAWE Africa is the General Assembly that comprises full members drawn from female leaders in education across Africa. The FAWE constitution dictates that the General Assembly is held every three years to deliberate on organizational business and to elect the members of the FAWE Africa Board whose key function is to provide overall policy guidelines to the FAWE Africa network on behalf of the FAWE General Assembly.

In view of the uncertainties occasioned by the COVID- 19 pandemic and the travel restrictions in various countries, the Board further resolved that the 11th General Assembly be held virtually.

The rules of procedure at the general assembly including voting rights shall be in line with the FAWE constitutional guidelines. The FAWE legal Advisor shall provide detailed guidance on the voting process for the new Executive. These shall be shared with the FAWE full members a month ahead of the meeting.

Chairperson / Présidente

  • Simone De Comarmond

Vice Chair / Vice Présidente

  • Sara Agbor

Honorary Treasurer/ Tresorière Honoraire

  • Genevieve Mwayuli

Honorary Secretary / Secretaire Honoraire

  • Emebet Mulegeta


  1. Prof.Joy Kwesiga; Eastern Region
  2. Amicole Mbaye; Western Region
  3. Hon. Aïcha Bah Diallo; Western Region
  4. Hon.Madame Paulette Missambo; Central Region
  5. Anastasie Gasogo; Central Region
  6. Dr. Chikondi Mpokosa; Southern Region
By |2021-04-15T12:51:33+03:00February 4th, 2021|Categories: FAWE News|


  1. Abushanab James Kuku May 20, 2021 at 5:21 pm - Reply

    Gender responsive pedagogy training is one of the most important trainings i ever got. I’m Abushanab James Kuku, a Sudanese refugee living in Ajuong Thok camp in south Sudan. I’m a christian trained teacher with diploma in education from Mount Meru University Arusha-Tanzania. I love the contents of the training which was facilitated by Nema Soki FAWE Tanzania director and Wesily Malawian director. Currently i feel to continue implement the GRP training objectives in the schools by improving our education system to eradicate gender Biasness and promote gender equality by empowering girls and boys in schools to achieve their educational aspirations. I would also love to work hard and established FAWE branch in NUBA MOUNTAINS Sudan.

    • Emily Buyaki May 26, 2021 at 9:50 pm - Reply

      Hi Abushanab. We are glad that the training was of benefit to you. All the best.

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