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Women Entrepreneurs: We Mean Business

Saturday, March 8th, marked International Women’s Day, and like years past, millions of people worldwide celebrated it through various actions and events. Men, women, and…

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CAMFED celebrates Global Money Week

This week is Global Money Week, a worldwide week-long event that is celebrated the second week of March every year. Coordinated by Child and Youth…

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A big thanks to Auntie Daisy – helping to send girls to school, every time of the month!

Ready for 8th March on International Women’s Day, Auntie Daisy is a brand new service in the United Kingdom that delivers sanitary towels and tampons…

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Investing in Vibrant Entrepreneurs

At CAMFED, we have the pleasure and honor of witnessing the visions of extraordinary women come to life. Whenever we can, we look for opportunities…

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Cama leader Abigail Kaindu attends UN Youth Takeover

On July 12th, Malala Yousafzai- a courageous advocate for girls’ education who was targeted and shot by the Taliban for her activism - marked her…

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Skoll World Forum: Applying a Silicon Valley mindset to social innovation

An article by CAMFED Ghana Executive Director Dolores Dickson is contributing to a Skoll World Forum debate about social innovation with leading technology companies including…

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DFID blog: What does education mean to girls in Ghana?

This is Adisah Alhassan speaking, a 25-year old who was identified by the NGO CAMFED and supported throughout secondary school. Adisah went on to college,…

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Out of School

CAMFED International founder and Executive Director Ann Cotton’s essay “Out of School” was published today on the Huffington Post.

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