Project Description


AIM: Increased consciousness among the general populace on rights and potentials of girls and young females.

When it comes to human rights violation, the girlchild is most affected. They suffer gender discrimination and are victims of all forms of human rights abuse at all levels – family, school, place of work, society at large, religious gathering and public places and events.

This development has more or less denigrated the person and personality of the girlchild and young females, which also eroded their confidence and self-esteem. Their status within the society at large continues to nosedive and they have remained inferior and unable to compete with their male folk, even when they exhibit more capacity, talents, and skills in similar areas.

Culture which is a way of life also has a pervasive influence on how girls and young females are perceived and treated. It is a common knowledge that Nigerian girls and young females are held down from realizing their full potentials, all in the name and game of culture. It is, therefore, no surprise that all discriminations against women tend to seek justification in cultural mores, beliefs, and practices.

GPI seeks to break all barriers that impede the ability of girls and young females to be the best they can be. Such barriers include

  • Ignorance
  • Stereotype
  • Traditional practices
  • Policies and legislations
  • Myths and misconceptions

GPI responds appropriately to this issue by building interventions around the following components

  • Rights education and awareness

  • Reducing Gender discrimination

  • Mobilising to reduce harmful practices

  • Mobilisation for the domestication of international laws, conventions and resolutions promoting rights of girls and young females

  • Mobilisation for development, review and implementation of favourable national policies and legislations advancing the rights of girls and young females

  • Breaking the silence on issues affecting girls and young females

  • Mainstreaming Gender into all development processes – budgeting, provision of basic facilities etc

0 Years
-Girls & Women’s Empowerment -Policy reform Advocacy
Minimum persons reached directly annually
0 centers
In Nigeria

Upcoming Events

GPI commemorates the 2020 International Day of the Girl Child on October 11th with the theme “My Voice, Our Equal Future”.

The organisation uses this day to reemphasise the demands that girls live healthily, free from harm, and with access to equal opportunities for them to thrive and be valuable actors in the society.


As long as girls are ignorant of their sexuality, human rights and health, none of us can truly rest. It doesn’t take much to change a life

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