Girl Up Nigeria, a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization founded on the 14th of July, 2020, in alignment with the Girl Up campaign under the United Nations Foundation, celebrates 2 years of impact.
Our founder, Baliqees Salaudeen, has always loved everything that contributes to Nigerian and African-wide development. Be it the policy research space, advocacy for the girl-child, boy-child, education, gender-based violence, and several other pressing social and environmental issues.
Girl Up Nigeria, in partnership with Bays Planet Foundation, organised a series of school outreaches across three states of Nigeria to create awareness on menstrual hygiene management, break the taboos, and end the stigma around menstruation.
You don’t need to be the government to empower women. You don’t even need to be as rich as Femi Otedola or Dangote. You only need to be a human who knows that women need to be empowered to do these:
Many children work on farms or in markets to help their families earn more income in Nigeria. These are kids who should be in school.
We wrote about the crazy thing about sexual assault and what it actually means. What we’ve also discovered is that it affects relationships too.
We at Bays Planet Foundation believe feminism is an absolute rejection of domination and oppression over a particular gender. Feminists activists must know some things included in this article.
We from Bays Planet Foundation join the world in breaking the bias and stereotypes against women.
A detailed report on the Emergency Stakeholders’ Meeting organised by Bays Planet Foundation on social violence and abuse which held on the 16th of June, 2020, Ilorin.
The outreach was organised by Bays Planet Foundation in respect to the annual Create a Smile project. The 2020’s outreach was to Kogo community, Bwari area council, Abuja. Executive Summary Bays Planet Foundation is an organisation established to provide a safe space for women and children in rural communities. Our vision to create a safe […]