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REACHING OUT TO AFIRCAN GIRLS INITIATIVE

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Children & Youth
  • Education & Literacy

Location

HOUSE 3 BROAD STREETMINFAB 2 ESTATEABUJA, FCT 900281Nigeria Nigeria

Organization Information

Mission Statement

We work with girls and young women to develop them through training program, mentorship and network that inspire them to become articulate, acquire skills and take action on issues that affect them.

Description

Reaching out To African Girls Initiative is a local nonprofit organization (501c3) based in Abuja Nigeria West Africa. We are committed with working with African girls and out of school young women to engage them with training programs, sustainable mentorship and networks that inspire them to be articulate, build skills and take action on issues that affect them.

We develop programs in mentoring, improve literacy, and raise social awareness education with regard to health care, sexuality education, etiquette, self-esteem, confidence building, leadership and empowerment. Our program helps in broadening and enriching the experience of girls and young women in building of self-worth in the society.

Through our empowerment program, girls will develop the skills of self-sufficiency and they will be exposed to resources that will make them CHANGEMAKERS which will reduce global poverty and low self-esteem in the society.

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by judith p. from NG (April 20, 2021)
The works of Reaching Out To African Girls Initiative share the same goals I value as an individual on girls matter. And I will also want as many girls as possible to be reached out to.

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