Girl РChild Education 

  • Advocate for FREE Early Years, Primary and Secondary School Education.
  • Link up students to appropriate Skills Acquisition Centers and Tertiary Institutions.
  • Advocate for Gender Equality, Equal Pay, Zero Tolerance for Sexual Impropriety and Positive Affirmative Action.
  • Provide Medical Care, Psychological Evaluation, Psycho-Social Support, Reintegration, Education, Grants and referral services for survivors of Sexual & Gender Based Violence [SGBV], Female Genital Mutilation [FGM], Child Brides and Trafficked Persons.
  • Advocate for effective Water, Sanitation and Hygiene amenities in schools by constructing lavatories, shower stalls, wash-hand basins, water reservoirs, boreholes and appropriate disposal units.
  • Promote efficient Menstrual Hygiene Management [MHM] in schools by advocating for the integration of menstrual hygiene education into national school core curriculum, policies, programmes and providing alternatives to disposable pads like sustainable washable reusable sanitary pads for adolescent girls.
  • Advocate for the provision of cost-free pads in schools and campaigning for the removal of tax and import duties on menstrual products.
  • Amplify good Public Health practices by promulgating consistent Hand Washing in Schools, Homes and Work Places and Eradicate Open Defecation by building sustainable environmentally friendly lavatories and renewable energy-powered boreholes.
  • Pad up Nigeria and empower young girls¬† by producing high quality washable reusable menstrual pads which will then be donated to young girls and women, thereby eliminating monthly period anxieties and stigmatization, reduce school dropout rates, eliminate unplanned pregnancies and STIs which result from vulnerable young girls engaging in high risk sexual behaviour to fund their periods.
  • Empower young girls and women economically by teaching them how to reproduce washable pads as well as other biodegradable alternatives.