Before you scroll away, there’s something you should know…

Our work is anchored by our Global Sisterhood — that’s you!

We’ve developed a proven solution that helps girls to thrive in schools across Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and equips them with the skills and community support they need to succeed. Girls’ education is the starting point for securing the rights of women and girls globally. 

Your donation becomes a crucial part of this solution, helping us expand our grassroots-led model. With your support, we can reach millions more girls, enabling them to enroll and thrive in school. Your contribution will address critical needs, from books and school supplies to mentoring and life skills sessions. By supporting education, you ignite the power within young women, allowing them to determine their own futures.

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Sisterhood goes beyond gender, it is about rising by lifting others, and it is for everybody who believes in creating equity and opportunity through girls’ education.

So please, welcome, come join us! As we say and believe at CAMFED, pamoja tunaweza! Together, we can!
Angie Murimirwa, CAMFED CEO and founding member of the CAMFED Association, our African sisterhood

Did you hear the good news?

New York Times columnist and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof honored CAMFED with his Holiday Impact Prize for the second time since the initiative’s launch in 2019. CAMFED was previously featured as the 2020 Grand Prize Winner and is now being welcomed back as part of a special readers’ favorite edition in 2023. For the first time ever, Holiday Impact Prize winners will also be included in the New York Times Communities Fund, with CAMFED featured as one of the charities for this year’s appeal.

Nicholas Kristof and The New York Times urge public to support CAMFED

What is the Global Sisterhood?

You’re now part of a rapidly growing movement pledging to use our resources and influence to lift up others, with a special focus on lifting up the most vulnerable girls in the world. Through your pledge and support, we are joining forces with our African sisterhood, to make the change we wish to see in the world. 

CAMFED’s African sisterhood – the CAMFED Association – is made up of young women educated with CAMFED support. It’s Africa’s fastest-growing network of professionals and activists supporting each other with the training and resources to become independent and influential.The power of sisterhood exponentially multiplies your investment in girls’ education.