FAWE


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AcronymDefinition
FAWEForum for African Women Educationalists
FAWEFelix A. Williams Elementary (Stuart, FL)
FAWEForo de Mujeres Africanas Especialistas en Pedagogía
FAWEAfrican Federation of Women Entrepreneurs (Ghana)
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He added that FAWE will receive the award at the KFAS Prizes Ceremony in December under the patronage of the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.
The benefits of its application include increased productivity and resistance to abiotic and biotic stresses, as incidence of pests and diseases (FAWE et al., 2001; EPSTEIN, 2009; NIKPAY & NEJADIAN, 2014).
She said she hopes to continue her work with FAWE upon returning home after she graduates at the end of this term.
[beaucoup moins que]Un tel plafond n'existepas[beaucoup plus grand que], confie Marc Fawe. Le HCR travaillerait avec une pharmacie conventionnee qui previendrait l'instance onusienne [beaucoup moins que]lorsque les ordonnances d'un refugie depassent 300 dirhams par semaine[beaucoup plus grand que].
About FAWE. Accessed October 3,2013 from: http://www.fawe.org/about/approach/index.php
Similarly, the Forum for African Women Educationists (FAWE) with support from the Norwegian Development Corporation (NORAD) has been supporting gender based advocacy and research initiatives on girl child education in Africa.
FAWE (1995) noted that according to the Kenyan Maasai culture, once a gift gets circumcised, she is expected to get married and freely indulge in sex.
In the SADC region, the underrepresentation and marginalization of females in positions of influence starts at a very early age (FAWE 2000).
(17.) Bourguignon JP, Gerard A, Alvarez Gonzales ML, Fawe L, Franchimont P.
In Rwanda, the Secretary laid a wreath at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre (in memory of those who fell victim to the 1994 genocide), visited the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) Girls' School, and delivered remarks at the Africa Regional Higher Education Summit (http://www.usaid.gov/our_work/education_and_universities/afrsummit/).
Other associations such as FIDA (Federation of Uganda Women Lawyers), ACTIONAID Uganda, UCRNN (Uganda Child Rights NGO Network), FAWE (U)--Forum for African Women Educationalists, Uganda chapter and others have also engaged in advocacy and provision of services like bursaries and educational support to poor girls, improving sanitation in some schools, community mobilization and sensitization.