Girls’ access to school as well as their retention, completion and performance are determined by existing national policies. Yet studies have shown that education policies in many countries do not take into account the unique conditions that prevent girls from accessing and completing basic education.
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 African Union has intensified efforts to strengthen integration of gender perspectives
by Member States in their response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Ministers in charge of
gender and women affairs and the African Union Commission Women […]
The East African Community has accepted to form an East African Community Gender Based Violence regional working group with Girls Advocacy Alliance partners that is; FAWE, MEMPROW and EACSOF Kenya. The working group will […]
As the world grapples with Covid-19, one thing is being brought to the fore – gender disparity in the various sectors. Several studies have predicted an increase in cases of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) as […]