In this report, WONDER Foundation highlights the need to equip young women in rural Kenya with a diverse skill set so they can adapt and thrive in the post-COVID world.
We invited leaders and students from our partner programmes in Nigeria and the UK to share their experience of learning online during the pandemic.
Empowering women and girls to play an active role in the digital world is key to giving them the power to shape their own futures and influence change in their communities. COVID-19 has shifted many of our lives online, it is also shining a light on the digital gender divide. As we reach the end […]
What can we do to fail better? How can we overcome our fear of failure and create empowering workplaces? I used to be an anxious person. For anyone who has experienced anxiety – it makes working efficiently harder. Everything is more difficult. Some of my past working environments really didn’t help this: part of it was […]
Operating at the intersection of the education and labour market, Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is ideally placed to pave the way for women’s empowerment through employability. The importance of female educations is widely discussed in the development agenda. Enshrined in SDG 4 as access to quality education, education is understood as key […]
As COVID-19 threatens gender equality, the economic inclusion and empowerment of women has never been more important.
Supporting the empowerment and integration of refugee women and girls is more important than ever.
We are working with our partner Wavecrest to bridge the technological divide for their students by providing them with data so they can keep learning.
It should go without saying that Black lives matter. As a charity focused on transforming women’s lives through education, WONDER works with migrants and minorities in Europe and those with few opportunities in developing countries. At every juncture our partners try to work to make the women and girls they work with realise their own […]
Young women have an important role to play in the creation of a fairer and more just society. This is why Red:GLOW exists. Young women are doing well at school. In fact, most of the time they are beating their male age mates in exam results. Throughout their time at school and university, young women […]