Women's University in Africa
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|Motto||Addressing Gender Disparity and Fostering Equality in University Education|
|Chancellor||Inonge Mbikusita Lewanika|
Women's University in Africa (WUA) is a "private university which is supported through student fees and donors from around the globe", established in 2002 and located in Marondera, Zimbabwe. It has a student enrolment policy of 80% women and 20% men. The Women's University in Africa aims to address gender disparity and foster equity until there is equity in accessing tertiary education; and to work on knowledge and skills in areas of vital importance for women.
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