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Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the NORAD JUGWO Project in Luapula Province


The Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), together with partners (FAWEZA, Women for Change, ADRA & Caritas Mansa), are currently conducting a Mid-Term Revie...

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Empowering Vulnerable Children with Education

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World Vision Zambia, in partnership with the Education Above All Foundation’s Educate A Child programme and Forum for African Women Educationalists of...

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FAWEZA working with communities to combat child marriages and teenage pregnancies

Community Members joins hands with FAWEZA to fight teenage pregnancies and child marriages

The Forum for African Women Educationalists of Zambia (FAWEZA) is working with the community in Southern Province to combat Child Marriages/teenage pr...

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Empowering Learners in Financial Literacy

Fin Literacy - FAWEZA

The Forum for African Women Educationalists of Zambia (FAWEZA) implements interventions that are aimed at empowering learners in financial literacy wi...

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FAWEZA re-enters 460 teen mothers back to schools

Teen Mothers - FAWEZA

FAWEZA in the first and second quarter of 2019 has managed to re-enter a total of 460 girls back to school. This is under the organizations various pr...

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Promoting Sanitation for Girls in Schools


The Forum for African Women Educationalists of Zambia has partnered with a private company producing sanitary pads –Famcare to assist girls especially...

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FAWEZA is supporting teen mothers in Eastern Province to go back to school and complete the education cycle for a better future for both the mother an...

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Educated women in Zambia are shunning politics


Zambia has urged women, particularly in developing nations to actively engage in the political governance and bridge the global gender, social and eco...

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Gender minister talks women education

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:Gender Minister Elizabeth Phiri,Vice President Inonge Wina,President Edgar Chagwa Lungu,Irene Mwezi Kunda and Stephen Lungu after the Swearing in Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on Wednesday,August 8,2018. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2018

MINISTER of Gender Elizabeth Phiri points at women’s access to secondary education from about 25 percent in 2011 to 52 percent in 2016 as one of her m...

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Government urged to stop printing exam papers abroad


The National Action for Quality Education in Zambia has urged government to stop printing exam papers abroad. Organisation Executive Director Aaron Ch...

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