Towards an Empowered Womanhood

Girls’ Power Initiative (GPI) is a Nigerian registered non-governmental organisation, non-sectarian, not for profit, youth development organization founded in 1993 by Bene Madunagu and Grace Osakue and began activities in July 1994 to intervene in the socialization of girls for the realisation of a society where women are visible and valued actors.

Children and young women are the primary beneficiaries of GPI programs while adult males and other stakeholders are secondary beneficiaries as they are targeted mostly within the context of influencing them to become supportive actors for child protection and gender equality.

Our Vision

A sustainable feminist institution leading transformation of patriarchal values in Nigeria

OUR MISSION
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-Girls & Women’s Empowerment -Policy reform Advocacy
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Minimum persons reached directly annually
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In Nigeria

OUR VALUES

• Teamwork • Passion • Upholding Feminist Ideology • Integrity • Equal Opportunity for all

Protection of the girl child & young females

The socialisation of girls & young females weakens their protection & decision making in public & private spheres

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Adolescent Sexuality, SRHR

Increased knowledge on sexuality issues reduce vulnerability and reproductive health problems among girls & young females

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Gender & Human Rights Issues

Breaking barriers that impede the ability of girls & young females to be the best they can be.

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Leadership & Entrepreneurial Skills Development

There is a correlation between gender discrimination and the capacity of girls & young females to achieve intellectual and economic development.

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