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NewsClimate ChangeMultiple countries

CAMFED at COP27

Join us as we discuss climate education in the classroom and the community, with equity at its heart. Climate activists Harriet Cheelo and Natasha Lwanda…

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Girls can be the catalyst for change in their communities

The REAL Centre at the University of Cambridge has announced new research working collaboratively with CAMFED and the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania.…

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One Young World Summit education panel with CAMFED’s Angeline (Angie) Murimirwa

At the One Young World 2022 Summit - held in Manchester, UK, and digitally, from September 5th to 9th - Angeline Murimirwa, CAMFED Executive Director…

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NewsSecondary EducationMultiple countries

Stepping up to the Girls’ Education Challenge

More than 277,000 girls and young women have seen a tangible difference in their lives as a result of two CAMFED projects implemented under the…

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CAMFED International Board to welcome five new Trustees in 2022

In the course of 2022, CAMFED will welcome Maidie Arkutu, Vicky Johnson, Caroline Kende-Robb, Victoria Sabula and Professor Charlotte Watts to the Board of CAMFED International.

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NewsCAMFED TeamMultiple countries

CAMFED appoints Chief Digital Officer

CAMFED has appointed Dan Martin as Chief Digital Officer, leading our digital transformation in service to the girls, young women and communities we partner with…

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Watch the Cambridge #EquitableFuture Conference

Together with the Yidan Prize Foundation and the University of Cambridge, CAMFED hosted a conference at Jesus College, Cambridge on October 7th, 2021. Relive the…

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A Cambridge event with the Yidan Prize Foundation – 7 Oct 2021

Inequality in education didn’t start with the pandemic—but it’s more starkly obvious now than ever before. We’re bringing together education and inclusion experts to explore…

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NewsPress CoverageMultiple countries

Cambridge University researchers: We need to prioritize education of marginalized girls

This year marks the 5th birthday of the Research for Equitable Access to Learning (REAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge, launched in partnership with…

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CAMFED Chair appointed CMG in The Queen’s 2020 Birthday Honours

It was announced today that Miranda Curtis, Chair of CAMFED International, has been appointed as a Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael…

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Have your say about the CAMFED website & you may win a handwoven artisan basket

We are currently working on improving the CAMFED website to make it easier for you to find important information and ways to support our work.

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CAMFED partners BECOME, advancing women of color in the UK

CAMFED is delighted to announce a new partnership with BECOME, The Programme Advancing Today’s Women of Colour. BECOME was co-founded by Aimee Gaudin and Zahrah…

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