ADAMAWA: UNICEF Set To Commence The Implementation Of G4G Intervention Programme In Selected Schools

Desk Officer, UNICEF G4G Adamawa State, Mrs. Lydia Maajam, has disclosed that the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) is set to commence the implementation of ‘Girls-for-Girls’ (G4G) intervention Programme in 275 selected schools in Adamawa State.

The selected schools are located in the Hong, Guyuk, and Fufore Local Government Areas of the state.

While disclosing the plan in a private meeting with stakeholders, Mrs. Lydia stated that the objective of the meeting with the stakeholders is to secure a commitment from stakeholders on their support to G4G initiative in the state.

Also speaking, Chairperson, High-Level Women Advocate, a non-governmental organisation in Adamawa, Mrs Jiddere Kaibo, said:

“I make the clarion call that the strategic plan of education in the state should be made gender-responsive and transformative by removing all barriers to education for girls and women in Adamawa”.



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