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GIGREE achieves this by building the capacities of members of communities on the issues of Gender Equality; Education; Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR)


GIGREE sensitizes individuals and communities and relevant stakeholders on the issues that affect especially Women and Girls. We build the confidence of Women and Girls and amplify their voices through trainings, campaigns etc.


To enable us achieve our goals, GIGREE solicits for financial, material and moral support from Development Partners, International Organizations, Private Organizations and Philanthropists.

Support can be financially over a period of time or through the provision of office equipment; Volunteering etc.


Make generous donations at free will for the girl-child.

Who We Are

Global Initiative for Girls’ Rights Education and Empowerment is a registered (RC 101775), non-governmental, non-profit and voluntary organization established with the aim to build the capacities of Girls, Women, Youth and other stakeholders on the issues of education and fundamental human rights.

GIGREE also seeks to engender development by promoting Girls’ and Women’s empowerment and values to ensure Self-Reliance, Democracy, Equality and Socio-Political Economic Justice.

Our Vision

GIGREE envisions a nation where girls are empowered to become global leaders.

Our Mission

To bridge the gap in gender disparity and promote a true culture of oneness where there is fairness and justice among boys, girls, men and women.


  • To promote girl child education particularly in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
  • To promote gender equality, human rights and address issues of Gender Based Violence (GBV) through sensitization and capacity building
  • To support adolescent girls with the right information with regards to Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) with a focus on Menstrual Hygiene Management
  • To increase the awareness of adolescent girls and boys and other vulnerable groups on their Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR)