FAME foundation was established to solicit, encourage and advance the social, emotional and economic wellbeing of women and girls as well as formulate programmes within the framework of national development plan with a view to enhancing the participation of women and advocate for gender parity in the society.
FAME foundation firmly believe that the entire nation, businesses, communities and groups can benefit from the implementation of programs and policies that adopt the notion of women empowerment.
Racheal Kundananji Sets Record As Most Expensive Transfer In Women’s Football History Zambian star Racheal Kundananji has signed for National Women’s Soccer League expansion side Bay FC for $860,000 (£685,000), […]
FAME Foundation Holds National Breakdance Championship Finale FAME Foundation, a non-governmental organization based in Abuja, in conjunction with the French Embassy in Nigeria, organized the National Break Dance Championship finale […]
Premier League Gets First Female Referee The English Premier League has appointed Rebecca Welch as its first female referee. The Professional Game Match Officials Limited announced on Thursday via the […]
On March 8, 2023, to honor International Women’s Day, FAME Foundation held it’s annual Generation Equality International Football Tournament. At 8 a.m, eight teams gathered at Garki Area 3 Football Pitch […]
FAME Foundation, a gender based not-for-profit organization established solely to solicit, encourage and advance the social and emotional well being of women and girls, as well as formulate programs within […]
Global Sport Actors Convene in Lausanne to Strategize on Inclusive Gender Equality inSport The Global Observatory for Gender Equality & Sport (GO) hosted their inaugural international event with the theme […]