Girls Education Project is aimed at reducing the catastrophic effects of illiteracy on the girl child which exposes them to poverty, hunger, ignorance, violence, abuse, trafficking, maternal mortality etc. since out of the school girls are more vulnerable to these, we have developed our IEM strategy to tackle this menace in various communities by;
- Identifying out of school girls in various communities
- Enrolling them in the closest UBE schools in the community
- Monitoring their progress to ensure they remain in school
Tabitha Cumi Foundation works with marginalised adolescent girls on Gender Based Violence. Girls in schools and at the community are trained on Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection (CVAP) which support the girls to know their rights and make informed decisions.
We have partnered with agencies like International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) to seek justice for survivors, Social Development Secretariat for response and shelter and other relevant GBV organisations to support survivor psycho-socially.