Forum for African Women Educationalists - Uganda Chapter

"22 Years of Enhancing Girls' and Women's Education for Development" FAWE Uganda 1997-2019

March 2017 eNewsletter

The STEM project aims at improving and increasing participation and performance of girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)....

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February 2017 eNewsletter

 “Enabling positive change for girls’ Education” is the noble duty of Forum For African Women Educationalists Uganda (FAWEU),.....

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Celebrating The African Child

There are new things everywhere, in our city, our country, Africa and indeed the world. We bring you a sneak pick of the events that make meaning to us or those that FAWE has participated in. In this issue we list the newly elected board, find out who is who. One of the board members, Bridget Akurut shares her story; it is an inspiring one, you will enjoy reading it.  .... 

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April E-Newsletter - 2016

We are excited to announce that on 9th April 2016 our dedicated membership turned up in numbers at Kati Kati main hall, Kampala, Uganda to elect a new board that will see the Organization scale.....

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January-March 2016 Newsletter

Despite the fact the beginning of the year marked the electioneering period, the first quarter of 2016 began at a high note, with new projects on board. In particular, preparations on the rolling out of the Mobile Library are underway with partners KCCA and Ecobank taking charge of every aspect of the project........

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End of Year issue 2015 Newsletter

Behold another of our informative issue for your readership. 2015 has indeed been a remarkable year for FAWEU family.  We were blessed to have new staff on board, some of whom are part FAWE-FK Norway exchange program that seeks to boost institutional capacities of five FAWE National Chapters......

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September 2015 Newsletter

The Forum for African Women Educationalists Regional Office (FAWE RS) organized a three day capacity building workshop from 4th -6th November to increase engagement in education sector planning and review, and Global Partnership in Education processes across National Chapters.......
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FAWEU Board 2019 - 2021

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Irene Kiiza Onyango
Irene Kiiza Onyango - Board Member  Read more
Atim Margaret W. Mugeni - Board Chairperson
Atim Margaret W. Mugeni - Board Chairperson  Read more
Philo Nyadoi - Board Member
Philo Nyadoi - Board Member  Read more
Dr. Christine Oryema
Dr. Christine Oryema - Vice Chairperson  Read more
Deborah Basekanakyo
Deborah Basekanakyo  Read more
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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.