The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) USA has been awarded a coveted 4-star rating by the country’s largest independent charity evaluator, Charity Navigator.

This is the highest ranking that can be achieved, and denotes strong financial health and a commitment to accountability and transparency as measured across 17 metrics.

We’re delighted to achieve this recognition from Charity Navigator once again. CAMFED is dedicated to the strongest accountability, to our donors and to our clients – girls and young women in sub-Saharan Africa.

Brooke Hutchinson, Executive Director, CAMFED USA

In partnership with our generous supporters, CAMFED is on track to reach the goal of supporting one million girls through their secondary school education and into successful, secure livelihoods in just five years.

This work is spearheaded by our unique alumnae association, CAMA. A pan-African network of young women leaders, they are committed to breaking down barriers for more vulnerable girls.

On average, each CAMA member supports a further two children at secondary school. These philanthropists and activists continue to inspire donor support at all levels, as they multiply impact, enabling us to reach more children, more quickly.

CAMA Learner Guides drive up learning outcomes

Thank you to our generous recent donors

Together we are breaking the cycle of poverty


Günter Kowa €200

Terri Chegwidden $35

Paul and Laura Lemaire $250

Lucas Ovsyannikov $500

Lucy Lake £300

Joyce Heard $350

Melvin and Ellen Moore $1000

Catheryn Sproull $10

Leane Bucceri $15

Jeffrey Tang $5000

Richard Foskett £10

Constance Khananzour $10

Zoe Cam Nhi Huynh $19

Matthew Reid-Schwartz $100

Albert Zabin $150