CAMFED's new 5-year strategic plan 2021-25 is centered on our goal to support the education of five million girls
CAMFED Learner Guides use their lived experience to tackle child marriage in their communities, joining forces with traditional leaders and local authorities, and delivering the My Better World life skills and well-being curriculum
CAMFED helps pave the way for young women to set up and grow rural businesses. They create new jobs and use their profits to support more children in school.
Supporting young women school graduates to start businesses, seek employment, and access further education
CAMFED Malawi was launched in 2009 to tackle girls' exclusion from education.
CAMFED website sitemap. A list of all the pages on our website.
CAMFED is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and applying the relevant accessibility standards.
Our innovative financial system is designed to maintain high levels of accountability and transparency, tracking funds from donor to girl.
The protection and safeguarding of vulnerable young people is at the core of our model.
From 32 girls to a powerful network of change leaders across Africa