Empowering Young Women Entrepreneurs in Mozambique

Both Ana Paula (24) and Rosinha (21) grew up in the same town of Chimoio — and in similar circumstances of economic hardship, negative gender norms, and domestic violence. But…

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Apollo, GBV champion in Uganda

Apollo’s Story – Solving Gender-Based Violence

Demonstrating Empathy and Being an Example: How a Project Para-Social Worker Supports Better Outcomes From 2015 - 2020, World Education’s Bantwana Initiative has implemented Better Outcomes for Children and Youth…  Read More

WEI/Bantwana will strengthen the capacity of local organization in Mozambique

World Education to Support Implementation of New Locally Led Projects in Mozambique

World Education’s Bantwana Initiative will strengthen the capacity of local organizations to coordinate and provide services for vulnerable families World Education is pleased to announce the award of two new…  Read More

The Closed User Group: Harnessing Mobile Technology to Accelerate a Coordinated HIV Response

From 6-10 July, the AIDS2020 Virtual conference is convening thousands of researchers, policymakers, program implementers, donors, and government leaders to share cutting-edge research and best-practice models in the global HIV…  Read More

Engaging Caregivers as Allies in Adolescents’ Health and Wellbeing

by Edton Babu Ndyabahika, Youth Sector Head, WEI/Bantwana, Uganda. As I write this blog about the importance of engaging caregivers as allies in maintaining the health and wellbeing of their…  Read More

In the wake of COVID-19, girls need support to stay in school, now more than ever

  Last month, the Malala Fund issued a report about the increased dangers that girls around the world are facing since the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools, and with them, a…  Read More