We use human-centred designs that support full participation of communities (girls & women) in the designing, planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and reporting of our interventions to ensure sustainable buy-in and ownership of our interventions.
We use result oriented SBCC to promote positive health and gender outcomes, based on proven theories and models of behaviour change to achieve defined behavioural objectives.
We work with men and boys, traditional and religious leaders, policy makers, key influencers, women and youth groups to mobilize, identify, engage, prioritize and work on key challenges and barriers affecting girls and women health, rights and wellbeing in northern Nigeria.
At EGEWI, we are working to develop and strength the capacity, skills, instincts and abilities of girls and women to survive, adapt, and thrive through interactive modules, safe-spaces, mentoring sessions and friendly curriculum implementation.
We advocates for increased investment and support to improve health, rights and livelihood opportunities for vulnerable and under-served population of girls and women using data. We reflect on experience and best practices in the field to design and implement policy advocacy and accountability frameworks.
We also conduct researches to understand how behaviours and society affect health, rights, and well-being of girls and women in northern Nigeria, this is to ensure that, programs are designed and implemented based on evidence from detailed analysis.