The Fahamu Pan-African Fellowship (FPAF) program is a program that seeks to strengthen community based organisations and social movements across Africa.
The program will identify individual community based activists with qualities of leadership and innovation, and provide them with hands-on work experience, training and development opportunities.
The Fahamu Pan-African Fellowship program provides opportunities for African women and men to enhance their skills, experience and deepen their theoretical and practical understanding of methods for effective advocacy and creating meaningful change.
At the same time the program aims to strengthen community based organisations and movements by implementing the learning of these activists within their movements and organisations.
Closing Date: 31st August.
For more information and application, see: Fahamu Pan-African Fellowship (FPAF) Program
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