Girl Child Empowerment Model to benefit girls in Sierra Leone

Girl Child Network Worldwide will share the Girl Child Network Empowerment Model with Anita A B Koroma (MS)

Secretary General of Guadalupe Old Girls Association-UK (GOGA-SISTERS) so that she relpicates the model in Sierra Leone.We want this model to be spread fast in Africa so that girls are empowered and develop to their full potential

Betty Makoni will conduct some one on one trainings .

About Guadalupe Old Girls Association-UK (GOGA-SISTERS)

Our organization is  a community based organization operating in UK and Sierra Leone, West Africa. Our organization has been in existence since 2007 supporting girl child education in the above school in Lunsar, Sierra Leone

After researched the great work of Betty Makoni and Girl Child Network Worldwide, we realised that your work is in line with our aims and objectives and therefore hoping to partner with you

However we realised that we cannot grow without the networking with  others like you, we therefore thought it fit to introduce Girls Empowerment Club in our current school project. We will also like open Girl Child Network – Sierra Leonebut we need your support and cooperation

Sierra Leone has been at war for the past decade that brought down both educational and social fabric of our society, that have witnessed the complete break away of children especially the girl child,  and more  so there is the need for this networking to foster cooperation and development of the girl child education in Sierra Leone.

Please see enclosed our aims and objects and achievement.

We shall be very grateful if you could assist us in realising our dreams

About Guadalupe Old Girls Association-UK (GOGA-SISTERS)

Guadalupe Old Girls Association-UK (GOGA-SISTERS) is an association of ex-pupil of Our Lady of Guadalupe Secondary School for girls Lunsar, Sierra Leone. It was founded in February 2007, in England UK as a Sierra Leonean women development group and registered as a Community Interest Company (CIC) Reg. No.7378482 With the aim of promoting education, health and welfare of  girls to fulfil their potentials in Lunsar and through out Sierra Leone.

Guadalupe Old Girls Association-UK (GOGA-SISTERS) is a  non profit, non political, non partisan and a community based organization, which seeks to promote the girl-child education, social and welfare needs in Lunsar and through out Sierra Leone.

Mission Statement: We are bound by the desire to promote quality education, health and welfare rights of girls and women in Lunsar and through out Sierra Leone

  1. To promote quality education, health and social welfare of girls to fulfil their potentials in Lunsar and Sierra Leone in general
  1. To break the inter-generated cycle of poverty, abuse and ill-health in Lunsar and Sierra Leone to disadvantage girls.
  1. To improve and promote women empowerment, through education, health and social welfare of girl child through suitable activities e.g. Introduction of girls clubs in schools, Training of Trainers (teachers and girls leaders) workshops, seminars in regional and national level for girls.
  1. To raise funds through a range of social and recreational activities etc. (as deemed appropriate and permitted by the Executive Committees), to achieve our aims and objectives.
  1. Encourage other members of the school in town/cities/villages both national and international to form branches of the association.
  1. To form links with individuals and agencies internationally that have similar aims and/ or can contribute to the aims and objectives of the organization.
  1. To provide educational equipment or facilities that will contribute to the development and participation of women empowerment in Lunsar and Sierra Leone.
  1. Help keep the Ex-pupil and agencies informed about the developments and achievements of organisation e.g. through newsletters and general media.

Funding of school dinner in support of the Government scheme, Scholarship scheme for 100 disadvantage girls this has encouraged parents to support the girls to attend school and classrooms refurbishments has given the girls ideal place to study.

3 thoughts on “Girl Child Empowerment Model to benefit girls in Sierra Leone”

  1. Dear Madam, I heard over SLBC on the woman talk programme about your network programe in sl .Thanks very much. However i may want my secondary school which is o j e samueals sec school 5 jones st kissy freetown.

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