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Dear Member, warm greetings from FAWE Uganda!  We would like to thank you for your participation in the just concluded Girls’ Education Week.
We would like to inform you of the upcoming FAWEU Annual General Meeting tentatively slated for Saturday December 08, 2012 starting at 9:00am at a venue that will be communicated later.  
We are glad also to inform you that Election of new Board Members will be carried out in this Year’s Annual General Meeting, but as you may already be aware, only fully paid up Members for the last two years will be eligible to participate in the elections.   
The purpose of this communication therefore, is to remind and request you to pay up your subscription so that you are in position to participate in elections. For those that are unable to bring your contributions physically to FAWEU office, please deposit it with the FAWEU Bank account details as provided below and bring the deposit slips to Office for a receipt.
 Name      :          FAWE Uganda 
 A/C no   :          0140060539501 
 Bank        :          Stanbic Priority Suite 
If you are not a member and are interested in becoming one, one can receive information on how to become a member from our website, offices or on +256 392 894 901
 Looking forward to a positive response as we continue to champion our cause for promotion of girls’ education.

FAWE ranked in World's Top NGOs

FAWE has been ranked 49th out of the world’s Top 100 NGOs by The Global Journal. Selected from a long list of 1,000 possible NGOs from across the world, the organisation also ranks fourth out of the seven African NGOs included in the Top 100 ranking.

The Global Journal is an analytical publication based in Geneva, Switzerland, and New York, USA. The journal focuses on global issues and discourses and targets an international community of decision-makers.  

The selection committee of The Global Journal rated FAWE and other contenders for their innovation, effectiveness, impact, efficiency, transparency and accountability, and strategic and financial management, among other criteria.

Commenting on the ranking, FAWE Executive Director Oley Dibba-Wadda said, ‘It is heartening to know that our work to empower African girls and women through quality education has been recognised by the selection committee of The Global Journal.’

She added, ‘We hope this will give a greater voice to the thousands of girls and women on whose behalf NGOs such as FAWE and others among the Top 100 advocate. Our hope and our objective is that these girls and women will acquire the skills and opportunities to improve and direct their lives and their societies.’


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