The Kenny Foundation has for the past ten years maintained a cordial relationship with FAWEU. This relationship dates back in 2006 when the Canadian family owned philanthropic arm expressed interest to work closely with FAWEU in offering education scholarship opportunities to Ugandan girls from economically challenged backgrounds. To date, over 50 girls have benefitted from the sponsorship.
This march, the foundation’s founder Kenny Paul paid a courtesy call to both the Secretariat and successful beneficiaries to track the progress of the ongoing scholarship opportunities and their general impact to the girls’ lives.,..Read More
Excitement filled the air at Lubiri Primary School in Kampala as learners curiously watched the FAWEU Mobile Library truck make its way in the compound in what would signal the marking of National Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) Day celebrations at the school.
Children of all ages mulled around the school’s pavilion ready to meet the guests and take part in the much anticipated DEAR activities for the day.
The guests comprising of FAWEU....Read More
It was all glitz and glamour at the annual International women’s day Banquet held at Kampala’s Serena Hotel on the 3rd of March 2016.
The event that offers the ideal platform for airing of issues surrounding women and girls attracted women from all walks of life and thereby setting up the momentum for International Women’s Day celebrations that are nationally marked on the 8th of March every year. The colorful occasion featured live red carpet interviews, food delicacies, ....Read More
This February, the Mobile Library will tour selected KCCA schools in Kampala as part of a flagship project aimed at cultivating a reading culture among learners in schools. Over 5000 children are set to benefit from the programme. This initiative is in partnership with KCCA, Ecobank and supported by Book Aid International.
Students of Kitante Primary School excited on seeing the Mobile Library Truck