IRFI intends to pad up Nigeria and Africa, amplify the holistic empowerment of  young girls and women, collaborate with stakeholders to continue to advocate for the eliminate detrimental gender-specific health practices e.g. [Female Genital Mutilation, Child Marriage, Low Female Enrolment in Schools and Skills Acquisition Centres, Dehumanising Menstrual Practices, Sexual and Gender Based Violence – SGBV], eradicate cervical cancer, Human Papilloma Virus and  Hepatitis B Virus through advocacy, public enlightenment and free medical outreaches, increase girl-child enrolment in schools through advocacy and scholarships, construct Water, Sanitation and Hygiene [WASH] facilities in schools and work places, advocate for the inclusion of Menstrual Hygiene Management Education in the national curriculum of schools, engage in consistent public discussions [through multiple media platforms] to demystify menstruation as a ‘taboo’ topic and discuss freely the provision of affordable sustainable environmentally friendly menstrual materials in schools and work places , advocate for the inclusion of cervical cancer vaccines in Nigeria’s Childhood Immunization Schedule and advocate consistently for policies that have zero tolerance for violence of any sort against women; we also intend to work with stakeholders to eradicate open defecation and water scarcity through the construction of  lavatories and boreholes across schools and communities in the 6 geopolitical regions in Nigeria…