A non-governmental organisation with major focus on the empowerment of youths and teens in Nigeria, The Juli Education Foundation, T-JEF has officially unveiled its "Project Girl Child" initiative. 

The group also launched its Borno state office which is dedicated to covering the North East region, a region faced with challenges of insurgency which has affected the economic life of youths and teenagers. 

Unveiling the initiative recently in Abuja, the founder of T-JEF, Joy Ogiator noted that the “Project Girl Child” under the “Train A Child” Initiative of the Juli Education Foundation seeks to empower, equip, and create a better future for indigent youth in Nigeria, especially in the Northern part of the country. 

The event which took place at the Grand Pela Hotel, Plot 649, Cadastral Zone, BO2 near American International school, Durumi area 1, Garki, Abuja attracted the presence of top dignitaries and stakeholders in youth affairs and financial sector in the country, some of which were honoured at the event. 

Founded in 2018, the group empowers young people with skills required to ccompete favourably in the ever-evolving technology driven global community. 

According to the non-governmental organisation, investing in these leaders of tomorrow will be impactful in their individual future and their communities. 

"We are excited about the prospects for the teeming girl population the initiative will impact and look forward to having you as a partner in making this project a reality for the benefit of our society" Ogiator added.





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