Advocacy for the boy and girl child education

1)      Provide scholarships: Offer scholarships to boys and girls from low-income families to help them access quality education.

2)      Offer mentorship programs: Provide mentorship programs that connect students with successful professionals who can offer guidance and support.

3)      Establish after-school programs: Establish after-school programs that offer homework help, tutoring, and extracurricular activities to support student learning.

4)      Conduct career guidance: Conduct career guidance sessions to help students identify their career interests and guide them in selecting appropriate subjects and courses.

5)      Provide access to educational materials: Provide students with textbooks, study materials, and other resources to support their learning.

6)      Create safe learning environments: Establish safe learning environments by providing gender-sensitive facilities, promoting inclusive education, and addressing bullying and discrimination.

7)      Offer teacher training: Offer training to teachers on gender-sensitive teaching methodologies, classroom management, and effective teaching strategies.

8)      Provide menstrual hygiene support: Provide girls with menstrual hygiene support, including sanitary pads, toilets, and hygiene education to prevent absenteeism.

9)      Conduct community sensitization: Conduct community sensitization programs to promote the importance of education for both boys and girls and encourage community participation in education activities.

10)   Establish partnerships: Partner with other organizations and stakeholders working on education to share resources, ideas, and best practices.