Economic Gender Justice

In our undertakings to enhance access to justice by offering free legal representation to young women affected by sexual gender-based violence, we realize that ensuring access to justice alone is not enough.

Education and training is vital for social change, particularly for marganised women and girls such as survivors with disabilities. Securing economic justice for survivors of SGBV develops their confidence, enables them to make informed decisions and build healthy relationships. We work closely with transformative partners to provide holistic services to SGBV victims.

Our Goals

  • Engage in resource mobilization to support teen mothers to re-integrate into mainstream and informal education or vocational training.

  • Establish Early Child Development (ECD) centers to support children of teen mothers in underserved areas of our intervention.

  • Reduce the risk of sexual violence and unintentional pregnancy through SRHR education.