Research has shown that majority of the world's poorest and illiterate are rural women and girls as they lack access to educational rights, right to work, or own a business, make decisions for themselves and contribute to community development. Also children are deprived of basic education and instead sent to work on farmlands or hawk on the streets.
In Nigeria, women and girls are perceived as weak, relegated to the background and are the most vulnerable and disadvantaged constituents in population as they are not opportuned to harness their potentials. At Youngpearl, we believe empowering women and girls will enable them to be independent, bold, own and run successful ventures, participate in community politics and contribute actively to development which will enhance the growth of their various communities.
Hence, our main strategy is formal education for children and girls, community programming and advocacy, vocational training, social change programs and seminars as well as mentoring.
We work with a team that comprise of mentors, skill acquisition coaches, community facilitators, healthcare and nutrition specialists, monitoring and evaluation experts.Contact Us
For teenage girls that are economically disadvantaged in rural communities. We empower them with educational and learning materials for effective learning.
A Women and Girls Empowerment Scheme. We strive to bring out the best in them by allowing them learn any skill of their choice and at the same time engaging in academic classes.
Advocacy outreaches in several communities for women liberation and community participation.
A mobile vocational and educational project. Designed to enable more rural women and girls in hard to reach communities attain free education and at the same time learn a trade of their choice.
Access to open educational resources for students in low-income communities. Education for all.
Through Youngpearl I have learnt how to produce local soap, read and write. I now sell the locally made soap by me in my community.
Youngpearl gave me the opportunity to be self employed and independent. I learnt baking and supply some of my self made snacks to schools.
Coming into the fold of Youngpearl gave me the opportunity to meet such lovely and precious souls who are ready to change their world. I had the opportunity to interact with and mentor them. These women are strong. We are turning ugly situations into beautiful stories.
Mentor and Life coach.