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Vision & Mission

To empower children and young females with accurate information and skills from a gender perspective for self-reliance and social action
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Our Philosophy

GPI recognizes the right of children especially girls to sur¬vival, effective protection, development and participation.
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Our Aims

To promote the rights of children especially girls and mobilize them for development and participation through Research, Education, and Action oriented programmes directed towards their empowerment.
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Our Programme Strategies & Activities

The GPI programme strategies and activities are directed at the 4 spheres of stages of influence on girls namely; INDIVIDUAL LEVEL (empowering the girls as social change agents through increasing their self-esteem, knowledge, skills and self efficiency), SOCIAL NETWORK LEVEL (at the level of their parents, other family members and peers to strengthen positive relationships among girls and immediate social relations to provide the necessary support for their actions), COMMUNITY LEVEL (aimed at creating  new and broader enabling environment and opportunities for girls’ action in challenging patriarchal values and discriminatory practices and beliefs that put girls at risk and to create awareness about the dynamism of culture to facilitate positive social changes towards gender justice) and INSTITUTIONAL LEVEL (focusing on social changes through activities and advocacy for policy changes that impact systematic practices and norms that affect girls and their communities).

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NEWS AND INSIGHTS

CROSS SECTION OF PARTICIPANTS DURING  THE GRADUATION CEREMONY

Be agent of change, GPI Asaba charges GPI graduates

The co-ordinator of Girls’ Power Initiative (GPI), Asaba, Ehita Ikoghode-Aikpitanyi has charged GPI girls to be an agent of change in the society. Ehita make this assertion in Asaba during the 2017 graduation ceremony and 14th
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18th October 2017- EU Anti-trafficking Day: 10 ...

Every place where there is a violation of rights is the “South of the World”. Especially the rights of women and young
Graduates from L-R: Eboigbe Irene, Magbowe Vera, Airouyuwa Happy and Okpako Queen

“GPI has made me assertive and made me understand ...

It was an interesting and enlightening session in Evbareke Junior Secondary School outreach sexuality education
Cross section of students during the events

Celebrating The African Child: The GPI Benin ...

June 16th every year is celebrated all over Africa as a day of the African Child. This is a day set aside to honour

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