Girl Child Africa (GCA) is focused on promoting girls’ access to quality education in critically affected rural communities across Africa where girls’ education is empirically proven to be hugely challenged.
This is necessitated in view of the growing number of uneducated girls in affected communities, and its connected myriad of effects on homes/families, communities, nations, and the continent.
Optimistically, with our contribution to existing laudable efforts in this regard, we can collectively empower girls to become better influencers, meaningful participants, and positive contributors to a peaceful and developed Africa.
All… because she matters!
Leading to a yearly “African Girls’ Education (AGE) Report,” concentrating on
critically affected rural communities in the bottom five African countries-in-focus for the year.
Execute projects to ensure girls’ education through scholarships, school supplies, facility upgrade, and mentorship.
Foster an enabling environment for girls’ education.
Yearly, on or around October 11 (International Day of the Girl Child), to deliberate on the “AGE Report,” and – most importantly – agree on executable, measurable, and sustainable actions to promote girls’ education.