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NFA, Unicef Strategic Plan To Uplift and Empower Namibian Girl Child

NFA, Unicef Strategic Plan To Uplift and Empower Namibian Girl Child

 The Namibia Football Association (NFA) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)’s new five-year Strategic Plan, launched at Football House in the capital yesterday, is a well-crafted policy document that aims to uplift, empower and address the needs of the Namibian girl child through football. The collaborative strategic plan, which runs from 2018-2022, will be […]

GENET On Community Leadership Empowerment In Mchinji

GENET On Community Leadership Empowerment In Mchinji

 The Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) has embarked on empowering community leaders with child protection laws and skills in the area of Traditional Authority Mavwere in Mchinji in a bid to promote education among the children particularly girls in the district. Speaking in an interview with the Malawi News Agency (Mana) GENET Project Officer, Memory Banda […]

Genet Gives Out 30 Bicycles To Assist Girl Child Protection In Dowa

Genet Gives Out 30 Bicycles To Assist Girl Child Protection In Dowa

 Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) has donated 30 bicycles to child protection groups in Traditional Authority Kayembe in Dowa district to assist in its ongoing girl child protection programs. Speaking in an interview with the Malawi News Agency Mana on Friday after giving out the support at Kayembe Primary school, GENET Programs Officer, Twambilile Kayuni said […]

The Tales Of Different Non-Governmental Organizations Working Towards Achieving Quality Education For Girls In Africa

The Tales Of Different Non-Governmental Organizations Working Towards Achieving Quality Education For Girls In Africa

Education is so much more than an opportunity to go to school; it is an opportunity to determine one’s future, to establish a voice within and outside of one’s community, and to dream beyond the limits of one’s circumstances. Education has the capacity to lift people out of poverty and to interrupt intergenerational poverty by […]