Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE)
Forum des éducatrices africaines (FEA)
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Work at all levels to reinforce policies and practices that promote gender equity in access, retention and quality, within the context of achieving education for all - a human right and development necessity; encourage governments to pay attention to factors constraining the access, survival and achievement of girls in education; act as a think tank and pressure group to effect positive changes in female education in Africa; improve the quality of basic education to benefit more girls; provide a forum for continual debate on girls' education; highlight priorities and build consensus around such priorities; document and disseminate information on innovative strategies and encourage their replication; build essential links between educational research, policy, planning and implementation.
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General Assembly (every 3 years). Executive Committee; Secretariat. National chapters (34).
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