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According to UNICEF, only 66 percent of countries have achieved gender parity in primary education. At the secondary level, the gap widens: 45 percent of countries have achieved gender parity in lower secondary education, and 25 percent in upper secondary education.

The reasons are many. Barriers to girls’ education – like poverty, child marriage, and gender-based violence – vary among countries and communities. Poor families often favor boys when investing in education.

In some places, schools do not meet the safety, hygiene, or sanitation needs of girls. In others, teaching practices are not gender-responsive and result in gender gaps in learning and skills development.

Investing in girls’ education transforms communities, countries, and the entire world. Girls who receive an education are less likely to marry young and more likely to lead healthy, productive lives. They earn higher incomes, participate in the decisions that most affect them, and build better futures for themselves and their families.


Girls’ education strengthens economies and reduces inequality. It contributes to more stable, resilient societies that give all individuals – including boys and men – the opportunity to fulfill their potential.

But education for girls is about more than access to school. It’s also about girls feeling safe in classrooms and supported in the subjects and careers they choose to pursue – including those in which they are often under-represented.

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SHE 4 SHE EDUCATES (2021-2023)

  • We aim to enlighten as many members of the public on gender-based issues through education.

  • To support young girls with scholarships into colleges and universities

  • Create media campaigns on girls' rights to education in undeveloped countries

  • In partnership with schools, organise gender equality workshops across various states in Nigeria.

SHE 4 SHE EDUCATES (2021-2023)
SHE 4 SHE BUSINESS (2021-2023)
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SHE 4 SHE BUSINESS (2021-2023)

Supporting over 100 women a year with the necessary tools they need to start up and sustain a business.

Training them on:

  • Financial Management 

  • Business Management 

  • Marketing 

  • Providing them with grants to set up the business of their dreams

SHE 4 SHE LEADERSHIP (2021-2023)
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SHE 4 SHE LEADERSHIP (2021-2023)

Training over 150 women and young girls a year with the necessary tools that they need to become leaders of tomorrow. We plan to organise free leadership courses in and around Nigeria as we train these women to take more ownership of their futures.

SHE 4 SHE MENTORS (2021-2023)
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SHE 4 SHE MENTORS (2021-2023)

Providing young women with mentors that will support them, advise them and guide them in harnessing their gifts. Ranging from one-on-one tailored support to CV skills training to business planning, to personal development planning.

She 4 She aims to pair up young people with successful women as they guide them and teach them what it takes to be a successful woman in society. This is where we mold and harness their talents and provide them with the tools they need to thrive, dominate and conquer.

In addition to career pathway mentoring, the She 4 She Initiative will also provide access to mental health support and counseling.

SHE 4 SHE OUTREACH (2021-2023)
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SHE 4 SHE OUTREACH (2021-2023)

We aim to go to hospitals, orphanages, schools and villages. We aim to reach as many of those who need our help. We aim to run 4 outreach events a year as we positively impact the lives of the women in poverty and destitution. We plan to run workshops and build capacity in these women to believe in themselves and achieve their dreams.

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Become a Volunteer

Let's help give women and the girl child an equal opportunity and access to better conditions of living with respect to healthcare, education and social development. 

Inspiring women and girls to be the best they can be.

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