Emma Watson pledges support to CAMFED to end child marriage and empower young women.
The activism you ignited: 2016 highlights
In 2016, against a global backdrop of global uncertainty, we celebrated the unwavering activism of the young women alumnae in our CAMA network. More than 55,000 school graduates are now stepping up in astonishing ways to support vulnerable children to go to school. Through CAMA’s work in schools and in their communities, we have seen an unprecedented uplift in enrolment and learning among the most marginalized girls. As a result, for every girl our donor partners support, three will graduate.
Julia Gillard, Chair of the Global Partnership for Education and 27th Australian Prime Minister, becomes patron of CAMFED.
CAMFED achieves an unprecedented uplift in learning outcomes for marginalized girls.
Jordan Shapiro, Forbes columnist and global thought leader on education policy, brings to life the power of what we do.
“The young women bringing hope to Africa” – In her final Huffington Post blog of 2016, alumna Fiona Mavhinga describes her sisters’ extraordinary commitment to supporting the most vulnerable students to go to school.
Our new blog amplifies the voices of girls and young women leaders across Africa.
CAMFED champions girls’ education alongside President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the United State of Women conference.
World renowned feminist Gloria Steinem meets CAMFED alumnae tackling child marriage in Zambia.
TES Global and CAMFED launch their partnership for girls’ education on World Teachers’ Day.
We report on our progress toward supporting 1 million girls through secondary school in just 5 years.
CAMFED wins a financial technology excellence award for process transformation in support of girls’ education.
Alumnae leaders represent an ‘unstoppable human revolution’ at the Girls’ Education Forum.