Posts tagged with women-and-girls

Looking back at Radio Education in Somalia

Posted Monday May 22, 2017 by Adrienne Gregory

SOMDEL was an innovative programme developed by AET which improved literacy and...

SOMDEL was an innovative programme developed by AET which improved literacy and numeracy for thousands of Somaliland residents between 2003 and 2010. Hassan, our regional manager, fondly remembers the weekly...

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Looking back at Radio Education in Somalia

How Somali Mothers have benefited from adult education – Amina’s Story

Posted Thursday April 06, 2017 by Adrienne Gregory

Women can find themselves, through various circumstances, becoming the sole provider for...

Women can find themselves, through various circumstances, becoming the sole provider for their household, especially in areas of conflict. Since her husband passed away, Amina has become the head of...

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How Somali Mothers have benefited from adult education – Amina’s Story

Accelerated Secondary School for Women Opening in Yambio

Posted Wednesday March 08, 2017 by Adrienne Gregory

AET is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its Accelerated...

AET is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its Accelerated Secondary Education for Women (ASEW) project to Yambio Town, Western Equatoria, South Sudan. ASEW was initially piloted in...

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Accelerated Secondary School for Women Opening in Yambio

How do we change what communities think about girls’ education in rural Uganda?

Posted Thursday September 01, 2016 by Adrienne Gregory

Reflections on girls’ education from our Country Manager, Samuel Obina Women and...

Reflections on girls’ education from our Country Manager, Samuel Obina Women and girls, especially in developing countries, lag behind men and boys, mostly due to limited education caused by poverty...

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How do we change what communities think about girls’ education in rural Uganda?

Walk a mile in their flip flops

Posted Tuesday November 17, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

Would a free pair of flip flops encourage you to go to...

Would a free pair of flip flops encourage you to go to school? No? Then imagine you’re in South Sudan where you face an hour’s walk to school over rough...

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Walk a mile in their flip flops

Why it is hard to be a female teacher in South Sudan?

Posted Thursday January 15, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

It might be hard to imagine teaching being a profession that women...

It might be hard to imagine teaching being a profession that women struggle to join, but if you lived in South Sudan it would be. Yolanda, a female teacher trainee,...

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Why it is hard to be a female teacher in South Sudan?