by Victoria Dugdill, who is working as a Gender Equality Fellow in Kampala, Uganda. I had sometimes lamented the fact
- Burkina Faso
- Central Asia
- East Africa
- Kyrgyz Republic
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“The first piece of advice I was given was ‘Respect the relationships and networks we have built.’” With a background
Emilie Chiasson is a Social Science and Behaviourial Change Fellow in Kampala, Uganda, supporting the Aga Khan Foundation’s education projects
Uganda has one of the youngest and most rapidly growing populations in the world – Uganda has a 3.7% population
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An illustration of how Canadian investments in education are making a world of difference for young women and girls.
“My hope would be that gender equality becomes so part of everybody’s DNA that integrating gender and using a gender lens will be a part of everyone.”