What We Do

SIGCLE is a structured vehicle with great passion and determination to emancipate the girl child from societal pressure and prejudices especially those who are out of school due to poverty and adverse conditions.

What We Do

SIGCLE is committed to thorough research on various issues affecting the girl child and how they can be effectively tackled.

What We Do

SIGCLE collaborates with authority figures in rural communities to mobilize, sensitize and provide funding to meet the needs of target beneficiaries (girl child, women and disabled persons).

What We Do

SIGCLE works with school authorities within the contact area to enhance quality education, organize extracurricular activities to train and equip the girl child with knowledge for self-defense against violence, provide learning aids, health care services, seating accommodation and renovation of dilapidated structures; we engage the services of peer educators to realize our objectives in schools.

What We Do

SIGCLE organizes seminars on skill training, sex and health education, wealth creation and suggests profitable economic alternatives for the girl child, women and the disabled persons thereby assisting them to realize their full potentials; become self-reliant and socially responsible to their communities.

What We Do

SIGCLE partners with organizations with similar objectives to achieve the desired outcome.

Other areas of focus include:

Research Projects in Relevant Sectors

Girl Child Education

Training and Skills Acquisition for the Disabled

Entrepreneurship and SME Programmes for Rural Women

Gender Protection

Project Monitoring and Evaluation

Our Target

Girls affected by domestic violence, sexual abuse, unwanted pregnancies, labour, trafficking, crisis and conflict situations;

Our Target

Street and Out-of –School girls;

Our Target

Women affected by gender and policy discrimination, economic hardship,
sexual abuse, drugs, trafficking and conflict situations;

Our Target

Girls and women affected by unhealthy cultural practices, unfavorable traditional beliefs and health challenges;

Our Target

Physically challenged persons;

Our Target

The unemployed rural dwellers;

PROJECT STRATEGIES

Training workshops | Awareness creation and sensitization campaigns | Symposium | Advocacy, Media and Publicity | Establishment of rehabilitation centres | Research and feasibility studies to identify root causes and entry point for remedial action | Liaising with private sector and relevant institutions in providing start-up capitals for trainees | Source for funding support from local and international donor agencies | organize for skills acquisition, entrepreneurial training and empowerment | Collaboration with states, local governments and local community leaders | Provide counselling services to parents/guardians | Participate in project monitoring and evaluation.

SUSTAINABILITY

We trust in God and faithfully commit to our ever-expanding partnerships, with appropriate planning system, for the continued realization of the ideals of SIGCLE’s Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives. We are determined that until we create a better environment for our girl children, disadvantaged women and the physically challenged persons in our society, particularly in rural communities, SIGCLE will continuously devise plans, programmes and projects to pursue its actualization.

Logos of some of our partnering organizations and companies

“SIGCLE is a treasure for the entire country and Africa at large. Her selfless effort and unparalleled leadership in the fight for girl-child education and empowerment, is an inspiration even to Social Workers like me.”
Comrade God’spower A Wealth
Co-founder, The Stage Africa Foundation
” Girl Child Education is a very important program to the society that requires various stakeholders to work in tandem. One platform for such actions is provided for through SIGCLE – both national and transnational. “
Musa J. Abanka
President, Reforming Nigerians Talents Organization (RENTO)

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