Forum for African Women Educationalists - Uganda Chapter

"21 Years of Enhancing Girls' and Women's Education for Development" FAWE Uganda 1997-2018



A country in which all girls and women have access to equitable quality education that enables them to effectively participate in development at all levels.


To promote gender equity and equality in Education in Uganda by influencing policies and nurturing positive practices and attitudes towards girls’ education. 


  • Respect
  • Professionalism
  • Accountability
  • Results Oriented
  • Continuous lifelong Learning

Promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in Schools

Funded by Dubai Cares, the 3 year project is aimed at STEM amongst girls in Uganda for equitable and sustainable development. It focuses on policy advocacy and influencing, awareness creation, Annual Science Camps, Annual Regional, National and International Science and Innovation competitions, and capacity building of schools and teachers through twinning.


A Student demonstrating how the Bicycle Power Charging System Works during the National Science and Innovation Competitions. The Innovation is used to charge phones in rural communities in Uganda.

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Areas of Focus

- Tertiary and Higher Education Scholarships

- Secondary Education Scholarships

- Child Protection

- Science and Innovation

- Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

- Combating Gender Based Violence

- Skills Development and Livelihoods

- Economic Empowerment for Vulnerable Groups

- Research and Advocacy

- Service delivery for teenage and child mothers

- Mentorship and Gender Responsive Pedagogy

- Capacity Building for cross section of stakeholders and strengthening Structures

Strategic Objectives

- Improving the level of gender responsiveness in Education Sector policies for girls and women

- Enhancing adoption and integration of positive gender pedagogy practices at school level

- Increasing access, retention and completion rates for girls in school and all levels of education

- Strengthening institutional capacity for efficient and effective service delivery.