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CAMFED Association (CAMA)

Enelesi

Enelesi

My education journey hasn’t been easy, I faced a lot of challenges. My parents did not have the chance to learn to read and write, and now I’m the first person in my family to go to secondary school. Today, with the support of CAMFED, I am an associate lecturer at the Malawi University of Science and Technology and am a leader of change in my community.

Transition Guides

Transition Guides

Supporting young women school graduates to start businesses, seek employment, and access further education

Learner Guides

Learner Guides

Learner Guides return to their former schools to help vulnerable girls learn, thrive, and create a better world for themselves and their communities.

Climate-Smart Agriculture Guides

Climate-Smart Agriculture Guides

Together we are nourishing school communities, building climate-smart livelihoods, improving resilience to climate shocks, and leading the future of sustainable growth

CAMFED Ghana

CAMFED Ghana

CAMFED Ghana was launched in 1998 to tackle girls' exclusion from education.

Thank you to our generous recent donors

Together we are breaking the cycle of poverty

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Raquel Shank $50

Kirsty Dunphey $200

Frank Stallons $53

Fabre Lambeau £30

Naeemah Coleman $10

Jennifer Haist $5

Stephen Watkins £30

Sophie Hooker £120

Diane and Richard Frank $36

Mel O'Gorman €10

Lawrence kahan $25

Sylvia Cohen $18

Kenneth Laing £50

VISHAL KUMAR $100

Liam Grant £10