The Adolescent Girls Program (AGP) empowers in-school adolescent girls to be leaders; reach their full educational potentials; and make healthy and informed choices. The AGP provides girls with the skills, knowledge, tools, mentorship, and support to develop their self-confidence and voice to thrive as leaders in their schools and communities.
of girls can refuse
of girls believe in
their power to
improve their lives
of girls hold leadership
positions in their schools
Adolescent Girls Program Success Stories
Ni Yetu Youth Program
Girl Up Initiative Uganda is partnering with Plan International Uganda as a district-led CSO for the Ni-Yetu Youth Project to empower young people 13-24 years with correct knowledge, attitude and skills for reducing gender-based violence (GBV) and improving their SRHR (sexual and reproductive health) outcomes. The Ni-Yetu Youth Project is a gender transformative project that looks at challenging negative social norms and practices that affect SRHR outcomes amongst young people.
of Boy Champions
of Change agree that a girl should state her opinions in public
of Champions of Change participants increased their
knowledge on how STIs are spread
participants seeking out SRH services
Ni Yetu Youth Program Success Stories
Our Big Sisters Network Program ensures the continued engagement and access to girl-firendly resources of our AGP graduates. The network offers a supportive environment to nurture and inspire emerging girl leaders through confidence-building exercises, leadership trainings, mentorship, and community advocacy campaigns.
of Big Sisters actively seek out leadership roles in their schools & communities
of Big Sisters believe they can effectively create a budget to manage their finances
of Big Sisters feel empowered to make informed decisions about their own Sexual & Reproductive Health
Big Sisters Camp Success Stories
Mazuri Designs Hub, previously Young Women’s Economic Empowerment Program (YWEEP), is our social enterprise business that sells beautiful African clothing and accessories while also offering vocational training in fashion, design, and tailoring and entrepreneurial and personal skills training for out-of-school vulnerable young women, ages 16-35 years, to build their confidence and create employment opportunities.