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A Cambridge event with the Yidan Prize Foundation

Inequality in education didn’t start with the pandemic—but it’s more starkly obvious now than ever before. We’re bringing together education and inclusion experts to explore how to level the playing f...


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Cambridge University researchers: We need to prioritize education of marginalized girls

This year marks the 5th birthday of the Research for Equitable Access to Learning (REAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge, launched in partnership with CAMFED. Speaking at the opening event in 20...


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CAMFED Chair appointed CMG in The Queen’s 2020 Birthday Honours

It was announced today that Miranda Curtis, Chair of CAMFED International, has been appointed as a Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (CMG) in The Queen’s 2020...


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Have your say about the CAMFED website & you may win a handwoven artisan basket

We are currently working on improving the CAMFED website to make it easier for you to find important information and ways to support our work.


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CAMFED partners BECOME, advancing women of color in the UK

CAMFED is delighted to announce a new partnership with BECOME, The Programme Advancing Today’s Women of Colour. BECOME was co-founded by Aimee Gaudin and Zahrah Kazim to challenge the odds stacked aga...


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Chelsea Flower Show 2019 highlights: The CAMFED Garden

Step out of lockdown (virtually) and be transported back to The CAMFED Garden at the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show by watching our highlights video. During these difficult times it’s vibrant colors, bo...


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Chelsea gold-winning CAMFED Garden to have new home at Eden

The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) African Garden, which won a prestigious gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May, is now being installed at the Eden Project in Cornwall. The gard...


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Day of the African Child – Pass the Cap for Justice

As young people all over the world graduate from school and university, we reflect on the urgency of securing every child’s right to an education, and the importance of education in delivering justice...


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CAMFED 25th Anniversary Gala – Speech Highlights

Emceed by nine-time Emmy award-winning journalist and news anchor Lori Stokes, CAMFED's first-ever New York Gala took place on May 9th at 583 Park Avenue. Co-hosted by 14 of the fearless female leader...


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The CAMFED Garden at Chelsea – Highlights Video

The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) Garden at the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower shone a spotlight on the life-changing effects of supporting girls in Africa to go to school, and young women to start ...


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Gold medal for CAMFED Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

We are absolutely thrilled that the CAMFED Garden ‘Giving Girls in Africa a Space to Grow’ has been announced as one of the Gold medal winners in the ‘Space to Grow’ category at this year’s RHS Chelse...


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Cutting edge climate-smart science at the Chelsea Flower Show

The CAMFED Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show will showcase some of the latest science and technologies in climate-smart crops, developed with support from the UK Government’s Department for Intern...

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