Forum for African Women Educationalists – Kenya Chapter. A Member of the FAWE network of 34 chapters in 33 countries in sub-Saharan Africa


“Empowering girls and young women to acquire education for development”

What does FAWE Kenya do?


FAWE Kenya implements programs that aim to empower girls and women through gender-responsive education. Our work focuses on influencing action to reduce gender disparities in access, retention, and performance through a range of initiatives.

Whom it serves


FAWE Kenya works to empower children in rural areas, especially girls, and women acquire education and training for development in all 47 counties of Kenya by designing and testing interventions that respond to girls’ specific needs in education.

Programs


 

Tuseme model

Tuseme is a Swahili word that means ‘Let Us Speak Out. Tuseme is an empowerment model based on theatre for development techniques. Theatre is used to communicate and initiate discussion on issues affecting girls.

Science Mathematics and Technology (SMT) Program

This program aims to enhance the quality of teaching and learning of Science, Mathematics and Technology in schools through demonstration and effective use of Information Communication Technology (ICT).

Women Entrepreneurship programs

Financial training to improve handling of finances, using models such as table banking. FAWE Kenya is supporting development of user friendly manuals for groups to use as reference for their financial practices.

Blog


 

Commonwealth Scholarships 2018

Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) Kenya Chapter is a membership Organization and an affiliate of FAWE Pan African Regional Organization. FAWE Kenya Chapter is therefore a member of the FAWE Network in Sub-Saharan Africa, working together with other 33...

GETTING PAST THE BREAKEVEN POINT

Almost everyone today has a side hustle that supplements their income. Every entrepreneur strives to use their enterprise either as a way of survival or as a means to attaining sustainable wealth levels in the long term. Pushing a new business past its break-even...