GCC Loan Scheme for Gwoza Small Scale Businesses

GCC Loan Scheme for Gwoza Small Scale Businesses Girl Child Concerns (GCC) has taken a proactive step towards supporting the growth of small-scale businesses in the Gwoza Local Government Area. To achieve this, GCC has formed cluster groups consisting of 15 to 20 eligible individuals in accessible settlements within the Pulka, Gwoza, and Limankara communities.  […]

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Girls’ Academy’s Strides

Girls’ Academy’s Strides The Girls Academy follows a unique seven-year educational structure, beginning with the foundation class and currently accommodating 360 students. Supported by a dedicated team of 17 teachers and 14 non-teaching staff, the school places a strong emphasis on equipping its students with practical entrepreneurial skills in addition to their regular academic curriculum. […]

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AGILE Project

The Adolescent Girls Initiative for Learning and Empowerment (AGILE) Project is dedicated to enhancing the accessibility of secondary education for adolescent girls, funded by the World Bank. Its primary objective is to collaborate with the government to address a wide range of challenges that hinder girls’ empowerment through education, particularly in northern Nigeria. The initiative […]

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SOCIETY OF GYNAECOLOGY OF NIGERIA (SOGON) 57th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE KANO 2023 https://youtu.be/6wRxSZFuGNw At the SOGON Conference at Aminu Kano University Teaching Hospital, Kano, Nigeria, our Chairperson Dr. Mairo Mandara shared insights on enhancing maternal and child health through supplements. At GCC, we are dedicated to educating parents, especially mothers, about the […]

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Throwback to G4G Project

Throwback to G4G Project A traditional leader, Zannah Bolorima Masu, affirmed the commitment of traditional leaders in Maiduguri to actively assist girls in attaining quality education, empowering them to contribute meaningfully to both their personal growth and community development. He emphasized the role of women in societal success, underscoring the importance of supporting girls for […]

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Seventeen-year Badiya Mu’azu Yahaya made her sponsors, Girl Child Concern, GCC, a non-governmental organization, proud when she emerged her school’s best graduating student. GCC sponsored the girl through her secondary education in Kaduna, along with 99 others. She is one of the 15 who graduated, and GCC in collaboration with Unicorns commemorated International Day of […]

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