Our interventions are gender responsive. This is a conscious effort to ensure women, girls, boys and men have access to opportunities and none of these genders is excluded from our projects including Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).
Empowerment of Women and Girls is at the core of our work. We believe that when women and girls are empowered, there is a direct positive impact on a Nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), household income and community progress because women generally have a “Multiplier effect”. One of the most powerful ways of fighting poverty is through women empowerment. The level of social impact achieved when girls are empowered transcends generations.
To safeguard girls and ensure they do not become victims of their own ignorance, CLICE Foundation embarks on holistic advocacy and sensitization of girls, boys, parents, teachers and community stakeholders irrespective of religion, sex and culture to ensure they provide enabling environment, information and support girls when needed.
The EU-ACT’s one day webinar- 16 days of activism held on Tuesday 8th December 2020.