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NewsCAMFED Association (CAMA)Tanzania

Scaling our education innovation in Tanzania

Inherently sustainable and scalable, CAMFED’s innovative Learner Guide Program benefits from the leadership and expertise of young educated women once at the margins of society.


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Education is everything – Cambridge Research Horizons

In her feature article in this month’s University of Cambridge Research Horizons magazine, Louise Walsh interviews Pauline Rose, Director of the Research for Equitable Access and…


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Putting data to work for girls’ education in Ghana

A research project commissioned by CAMFED Ghana in partnership with the Ghana Education Service (GES) Girls’ Education Unit (GEU) and financial support from the UK…


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Cambridge researchers delve into CAMFED data

On January 24th, the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre in the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge kicked off its…


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Catherine’s father passed away when she was in her first year of primary school. Her widowed mother, who lost all property to her husband’s family,…



I’ve experienced how periods push girls out of school

Angeline Murimirwa, CAMFED’s Executive Director - Africa, shares her experiences growing up in a very resource-poor area of rural Zimbabwe to highlight how period poverty…


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How periods are pushing girls out of school

According to UNESCO, 10% of adolescent girls in Africa miss school during their period. They miss an average of 528 school days — nearly two years of…


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The young women bringing hope to Africa

Fiona Mavhinga, Executive Advisor for the CAMFED Association, reflects on 2016, a year of change, uncertainty and in many corners of the world, true suffering.…


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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…


NewsCAMFED Association (CAMA)Ghana

“When I could start giving, I never looked back”

Thanks to the tireless work of the young women once supported through school by CAMFED, we have been able to launch a Seasonal Appeal with…


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An unprecedented uplift in learning outcomes among marginalized girls

Results from an extensive and innovative education intervention delivered by CAMFED in Africa, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DfID) demonstrate an unprecedented…


BlogCAMFED Association (CAMA)Ghana

When you know how it feels to be rescued, you just want to rescue others

Ruth Tawiah tells of a new beginning - for years she was a receiver as, from a poor family growing up in the Central Region…

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