Our Mission

SIGCLE cares for girls affected by deliberate or circumstantial exclusion from formal education and forced early marriage; the socio-economic conditions of disadvantaged women and people living with disabilities in rural communities. We are committed to enhancing the quality of life of the girl child, women and disabled persons by providing access to basic education, health care services, skills training and economic empowerment;

We advocate for legislations that protect the fundamental rights of the girl child, women and persons with disabilities, and seek for the improvement of infrastructures for enhanced learning environment in rural communities.

Our Vission

To empower the girl-child, women and persons living with disabilities in rural communities to be socially and economically responsible citizens.

Education

Our Core Values

Respect for human rights | Cooperate beyond borders | Maintain a vision | Non-profit integrity | Voluntarism | Truthfulness

“If women earned as much as men, they would add an additional $160 trillion in human capital worldwide”

JIN KIM– President at the World Bank

Our GOALS

SIGCLE is an African based non-profit organization tackling poverty and illiteracy by supporting marginalized girls to go to school and succeed, and empowering young women to step up as bread winners and leaders of their homes.

Sigcle's Goal is

To promote girl-child education in most affected rural communities in Northern Nigeria.

Sigcle's Goal is

To advocate for enforceable legislations that will protect and promote the fundamental rights of the girl-child in Nigeria.

Sigcle's Goal is

To discourage all socio-cultural and economic reasons that promotes early/forced girl-child marriage in Nigeria.

Sigcle's Goal is

To enhance learning environment for basic education in Nigeria.

Sigcle's Goal is

To provide socio-economic empowerment for all disadvantaged women in rural communities.

Sigcle's Goal is

To provide essential support and empowerment for all physically challenged persons in rural communities.