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We proffer solutions to poverty eradication through Child and women education, skills acquisition and economic empowerment programmes, social and health initiatives, counseling and advocacy.
Identify partner schools to target each year.
Train teachers and careers on modern pedagogy on early childhood education. Raise awareness with parents and communities.
Implement annual life skills workshops (3 workshops; 150 students)
Students create projects that are assessed by mentors.
Identify partner schools in the North East to target each year.
Create criteria for selection, conduct transparent intake
Develop STEM curriculum for secondary school students.
Organize annual STEM camps for teenage girls during long vacation holidays (3 camps)
Organise STEM tours for students
Organise career mentoring sessions
Screen targeted youths from key disadvantaged areas
Organize 2 employability forums annually (6 in total)
Organize 2 entrepreneurship workshops annually (6 in total)
Partner with key vocation centers to offer vocational training
Organize “entry level” annual job matching events.
North East Women’s Economic Empowerment/Agric. Project
Design Financial Literacy Tools
Train local trainers in key North East States to deliver financial literacy interventions.
Identify, advocate & develop process to address right issue, sexual reproductory health & gender base violence.
Organize financial literacy training for women’s groups in key Northeast States
Gabasawa is a local and international non profit that blends international expertise with local experience to design innovative interventions that address the challenges facing vulnerable children, youths and women in Nigeria.