Photo credit: CAMFED/Eliza Powell



According to UNESCO estimates, 132 million girls between the age of 6 and 17 are out of school globally. 15 million girls of primary-school age will never enter a classroom. Half of those girls live in sub-Saharan Africa.


One trip to Africa for you, a year of school for her.

CAMFED (The Campaign for Female Education) is a pan-African movement revolutionising girl’s education. Having already supported more than 4.8 million girls to go to school across Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia & Zimbabwe, they are aiming to send a further 5 million girls to attend and thrive in school in the next 5 years.

Education changes everything.


BWW are proud to partner with CAMFED in supporting their ‘School Day Advocates’ program. Together we support marginalised girls in sub-saharan Africa to go to school, learn, thrive and lead change in their communities.


For every trip we sell to Africa we will support for a one year through the “School Day Advocates” program.

Why girls’ education?

“Secondary schooling for girls is the most cost-effective and best investment against climate change” 

– World Bank

“An educated girl can empower herself, lift her family, help her community, change her country”

– Girl Rising

When is it best to travel to.....?

With such little time together, we want our families to get the very most out of each adventure they choose to take.  So we’ve compiled a month by month guide on which destination is best to travel and at what time of year.

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