The Girl Inspire Initiative (G2I) improves lives of vulnerable rural girls by expanding their education and economic opportunities.
The Girl Inspire Initiative (G2I) is the umbrella project that brings girls together into clubs which provide a safe space to have fun and develop relationships and then connect with personal development programs and gain access to practical skill development opportunities.
The Bwalo la Atsikana program organizes girls into clubs where they engage in physical activities such as rope jumping which helps them to build relationships and self-confidence. The girls are also encouraged to learn and regularly play chess and scrabble games which assist in the development of concentration, analytical skills, literacy and memory.
The fun activities build the relationships, confidence and desire to engage in more structured development programs which include: basic literacy and numeracy clinics, role modelling sessions, capacity building training workshops and hands-on training in Permaculture and entrepreneurship.