Child Rights Act 2003

Nigeria has 7% of the world's poor; over 100 million Nigerians live below the poverty line. And 70% of that figure are women and girls. Yet, women and girls remain marginalized in major sectors of society, particularly critical sectors that drive the economy such as entrepreneurship and leadership.

This inspired our resolve to catalyze change in Nigeria by empowering women and girls who, in turn, will empower other women and girls; thereby creating what we call the 'Girl Domino Effect'. We are educating girls about the Child Rights Act and empowering them to advocate for the implementation of the law to better protect their rights and welfare in Nigeria. Want to learn more about the Child Rights Act, 2003, download below.