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Back on Track

According to a BBC report, the Nigerian Government says there are about 10.5 million children do not attend school in the country, resulting in the highest number of out-of-school children in the world — sadly, most of them are girls.

Studies are clear. Educating girls grows economies, reduces conflict and improves public health.

However, in Nigeria, the gender gap remains wide in terms of access to health, education, and employment, girls are abused and denied the right to basic support.

The purpose of our “Back on Track” Program is to give disadvantaged young girls a better chance of livelihood through skill acquisition and mentorship. This program, currently supported by the Stars Foundation, under the ‘With and For Girls’ project. It targets out-of-school young women aged 16-29 who do not have the required skills to earn a living.

The initiative empowers beneficiaries by helping them to learn vocational skills; assisting and supporting them in setting up businesses, as well as providing them with key information on sexual and reproductive health and rights.

The phrase “Back On Track” lays emphasis on working towards a productive life that should have been made accessible in the first place. So far, the program has helped more than 50 girls with vocational training and paired over 200 girls with a mentor.

50+ girls with vocational training

200+ girls with a mentor

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