FAWEZI has recently partnered up with radio host Ruvheneko Parienyatwa to provide sanitary ware for five high school girls and bursary support for one girl as they continue their education.
FAWEZI was recently awarded a finalist position in an international story competition funded by ADEA. This week, on July 7th, representatives from FAWEZI and Chiedza Child Care Centre traveled to Nairobi, Kenya, where they were awarded second place in the competition!
FAWEZI will be implementing a Sexual Reproductive Health Rights project in Epworth-Mabvuku Tafara and Chegutu Districts as from July 2016.
FAWEZI awarded finalist position in international story competition funded by ADEA! Ministers of Education from participating FAWE chapters selected the most significant change stories from across six African countries.
FAWEZI submitted three stories from many Zimbabwe submissions to be judged. One of FAWEZI’s submissions — Chiedza Child Care Centre’s — was recently selected as one of the three winners.
Representatives from FAWEZI and the director of Chiedza will be traveling to Nairobi, Kenya to attend the Award ceremony.
On the 2nd of December 2015 a total of 200 secondary school girls from Oriel Girls, Mabvuku, Domboramwari, Epworth, and Tafara High Schools took part in a life changing science camp were they were given practical experience in careers in the field of science and technology.
On 16 October 2015 the FAWEZI National Chairperson Mrs Mkondo, the National coordinator Miss Madyirapanze and four Alumni members visited Epworth and Domboramwari secondary Schools where they held consultative meetings on FAWEZI‘s project to track out of school girls and bring them back into the formal and non formal education system.
On 16 October 2015 the FAWEZI National Chairperson Mrs Mkondo, the National coordinator Miss Madyirapanze and four Alumni members visited Epworth and Domboramwari secondary Schools were they held consultative meetings on FAWEZI ‘s project t to track out of school girls and bring them back into the formal and non formal education system.
At Domboramwari Secondary the team spoke to Miss Murengwa who was the acting headmaster for the day.
IT was an interesting experience for the FAWEZI Alumni to partner with the Girl Guides Association of Zimbabwe in the belated celebrations of the International Day of the Girl child held at Ian Monroe on October 31.
The celebrations which ran under the theme ‘The Power of the Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030’ were graced by the Deputy Provincial Education Director Mrs Maphosa.