Making Education Safe For Girls in Nigeria

There are over five million girls out of school in Nigeria. This is the highest figure in the world. SEGEI hosted a tweet chat in commemoration of the #16Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, discussing how we can ensure that girls have access to education and feel safe attending school. The guest speaker was Crystal...
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An Educated Girl is an Empowered Girl

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 – Strong Enough Girls’ Empowerment Initiative (SEGEI) has launched a scholarship program to support Nigerian girls to attain a University education. The launch coincides with the 4th annual International Day of the Girl Child; a global day of advocacy dedicated to highlighting the achievements and challenges of the girl child. The...
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A stereotype is created whenever a group of individuals or a community expects its inhabitants to conform, believe and adopt specified pre-set rules and regulations which have been transmitted from generation to generation. In most cases in various communities, when there is a distortion in the generally accepted pattern of how things should be done,...
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Susan Ofeimun: STEM Facilitator, Teacher, Sustainable Development Champion

Women are doing great things, globally! This week, we are very pleased to introduce you to a dynamic young Nigerian woman who is empowering and equipping girls with the knowledge and skills they need to pursue careers in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. Meet Susan Ofeimun, a 22-year old graduate of Chemical...
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