News & Events

01 November 2015

FAWENA Alumni Launch and Awareness

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20 October 2015

Community mobilization for Shinyungwe Community

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20 October 2015

2015 Scholarship award

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30 September 2015

FAWENA Re-entry for Out of School Mothers

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01 July 2015

FAWENA Kavango Basket Weaving Project

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The Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1992 and is currently operating in 34 African Countries. FAWE Namibia's (FAWENA) National Chapter opened its office in 1999 with the support of Ministry of Education. FAWENA's goal is to increase access, improve retention and enhance the quality education for girls and women in Namibia. Become a FAWENA member

Activities & Programs

FAWENA has proudly implemented programs and activities in all thirteen regions throughout Namibia.

These include:

  • Education and Psycho-social support
  • Gender Responsive Pedagogy
  • Teacher, Parent and Community Sensitisation
  • Hage Geingob High School COE
  • San Girls & Boys Program
  • Re-Entry Program for Teenage Mothers
  • Tuseme Clubs
  • Youth Mentoring and Leadership Activities
  • Science, Maths & Technology Program
  • HIV/ AIDS Program
  • Girls & Boys Empowerment Programs
  • Influence Policy
  • Trauma of Sexual Abuse Seminars
  • Income Generating Activities

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Case Studies

FAWENA provides scholarships, mentoring, empowerment programs and toiletries to girls throughout Namibia.

We have made progress in terms of the enrolment of both girls and boys in primary and secondary schools.

With the help of USAIDís AEI-AGSP scholarship awards, a great number of girls and boys have sucessfully completed primary school.

Standard Bankís financial assistance has helped FAWENA to further support the secondary education of these girls.

Specially trained focal teachers help in the selection and monitoring of these special girls and boys. This combined effort has seen the successful empowerment of many Namibian OVCs (Orphaned and Vulnerable Children).

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