We celebrate International Women Day annually on March 8. This year the focus is on women’s achievements in social, economic, cultural and political spheres as well as alighting gender parity and women’s rights hence actualizing SDG 5; Gender Equality.
In collaboration with like-minded organizations, the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Gender would like to commemorate the day by bringing together 200 vulnerable young women aged 18-24 years under our programs namely; Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), Girls Education and End Violence Against Girls and Women (EVAGW).
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In – School Training
The training of youth will involve 1000 girls (250 directly and 750 indirectly). The selected girls will go through a digital skills training for 3months on classroom training per cohort with 1 cycle in the year covering Technical IT skills, life skills and role modelling mentorship. The students will then be tasked to come up with projects under the Science and Social-science areas as their entry to the intra school competitions. During the Interschool competitions, all the projects by the students will be presented to the judge, teacher and organization representative for judging. Once they are done, the two best students and projects will be identified for judging at Inter school level.
FAWE Kenya under the FAWE Regional Office is one of the Nominating Agencies of Common Wealth Scholarships in Kenya. Every Year, our members apply for various Masters and PHD programmes scholarships through us.
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