Video: Educating five million future leaders

CAMFED's latest strategic goal is to support five million more girls in sub-Saharan Africa to attend and thrive in school.

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We get girls into school, help them to learn, support them to succeed, and unlock their power to lead.

Our movement is now poised to support 5 million more girls on the journey to independence and leadership through the power of Sisterhood. And we’ll partner with governments to break down the barriers that hold girls back.

We need YOU by our side to make this happen. Imagine the change we can make together!

Find out how we will deliver our ambitious new strategy:




Watch a special virtual event with our Executive Director, Angeline Murimirwa, to learn why CAMFED was named the top organization in 2020 by New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.



CAMFED Association: Keeping girls in school

Discover the women using their lived experience of poverty and exclusion to make sure this generation of girls get access to school, learn when they get there, and thrive in and beyond school.



Video: The CAMFED Learner Guide Program

The Learner Guide Program sees young women who have experienced first-hand the barriers to education for girls in marginalized communities - and have received support to go to school - return to their local schools as mentors and role models.

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