New York Times Op Ed columnist Nick Kristof selects CAMFED as Holiday Impact Prize Grand Prize Winner.
CAMFED 2020 highlights - Together we can!
2020 challenged all of us in unforeseen ways.
But with your unwavering support, and the unstoppable determination of our CAMFED Association of women leaders, we’ve been working tirelessly to keep girls safe and learning, and support young women to become independent and influential. With millions more girls now at risk of never returning to school, this work has never been more important.
Here are just a few of the many moments that lit the darkness in 2020. No matter how small or large the part YOU played – thank you from the bottom of our hearts! We know, because we have lived it: Together We Can!
CAMFED Association: Keeping girls in school
Members of the CAMFED Association of women leaders educated with CAMFED support are at the forefront of CAMFED’s programs. They use their lived experience of poverty and exclusion to make sure this generation of girls in Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe get access to school, learn when they get there, thrive in and beyond school, and can unite with their communities lead lasting, positive change.
Gender equity starts with girls’ education.
CAMFED’s Co-Executives are honored with the 2020 Yidan Prize for Education Development
Harry and Meghan match an extraordinary global fundraiser to ‘celebrate what really matters’.
In her TED talk, CAMFED’s Angie Murimirwa explores the social interest revolution
Senior Chief Nkula launches our climate-smart demonstration farm in Chinsali, Zambia.
We take feminist action for climate justice at UNGEI’s #EducateForEquality Forum.
CAMFED International Chair, Miranda Curtis, is appointed CMG in The Queen’s 2020 Birthday Honours.
Vee Kativhu joins forces with CAMFED Association leaders for Africa Youth Day.
The BBC features our women leaders’ community action against Coronavirus.
Cambridge researchers reveal the ‘hidden value’ of focusing on the most marginalized.
Fanny cherishes education as a lifetime companion on International Day of the Girl.
CAMFED Association members lead COVID-19 action in their communities.