Wife of Kebbi Governor, Dr Zainab Bagudu has called for improved funding of education in the country to boost national development.
The story of the Nigerian girl child as told by Khadija Badamasi, from Yobe State is, to say the least, pathetic. But it is more worrisome because that story represents the picture of exploitation...
Ten-year-old Halima Aliyu from Sokoto State knows what it’s like to be a street hawker. For some years, she moved from place to place selling food, while her peers were in school.
International Day of the Girl 2022 has come and gone. Should we simply tick done and move on? I say no. Let’s us continue celebrating and working for the good of our female children.
Women in Leadership Advancement Network (WILAN), in partnership with Mastercard Foundation, has advised the Federal Government to protect rights of the girl child.
Purple Girl Foundation holds essay competition in commemoration of international day for the Girl Child
What seemed like an ordinary Tuesday morning on the 11th of October 2022 at the NECA House building in Ikeja was not, there was a miracle happening inside the main hall on the lower wing. Thanks to The Purple Girl Foundation, 25 school girls across primary and secondary levels gathered together, alongside their parents, guardians,…
To celebrate this year’s International Day of the Girl Child, Aims Media Company Limited organised a sex education seminar to sensitise some secondary school girls in Lagos
‘I do not regret having all daughters, I don’t miss having a biological son, they have been a blessing and a source of joy to me’, says Hannah Okoye, a retired schoolteacher.
Throughout the world, millions of girls are being deprived of a fundamental right – the right to education. This all-important right outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1984 has been reinforced...
In commemoration of this year’s International Day for the Girl Child, young and adolescent girls have urged the government to introduce reproductive health in school curricula to encourage more girl education.
Ahead of International Day of the Girl Child (IDGC) tomorrow, October 11, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) Nigeria, with its partner, Strong Enough Girls Empowerment Initiative (SEGEI)
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Stakeholders have identified gender-based violence, early marriage, environment, terrorism and banditry as factors hindering the education of the girl child.