We fight for
gender equality
and fairness

We are creating a Nigeria where women have equal opportunities and resources to thrive

Creating an empowering environment for women

Every individual, regardless of gender, deserves to be treated with dignity, respect, and fairness. At PSJ we fight to ensure everyone has equal opportunities and rights, regardless of their gender identity.

Gender Equality & Economic Development

Gender equality is closely linked to economic development and prosperity. When women have equal access to education, employment, and economic opportunities, societies experience higher productivity, greater innovation, and increased economic growth.

Closing the gender gap in the workforce can lead to significant economic benefits for Nigeria as a whole.


How We Do It

We advocate for policies and initiatives that promote gender equality and raise awareness about the importance of women’s rights. Through educational campaigns, workshops, and community outreach, we challenge stereotypes, address gender-based discrimination, and promote a culture of respect and gender equity.

We support women’s economic empowerment through skills training, entrepreneurship development, and access to financial resources. By providing women with the tools and resources they need to succeed, we help them achieve economic independence, break the cycle of poverty, and contribute to sustainable development.

We promote girls’ education and leadership development to empower the next generation of women leaders. Through scholarships, mentorship programs, and leadership training initiatives, we equip girls with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to pursue their dreams and become agents of change in their communities.

We engage communities in dialogue and action to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment. By involving men and boys as allies in the fight for gender equality, we foster a culture of respect, equality, and cooperation that benefits everyone.

We promote women’s health and well-being by advocating for access to quality healthcare services, reproductive rights, and maternal health care. By addressing gender disparities in healthcare and promoting women’s reproductive rights, we ensure that women can lead healthy, fulfilling lives free from discrimination and inequality.

Did you know?

Rosa Parks, often referred to as the “mother of the civil rights movement,” was a courageous African American woman who played a key role is starting the Civil Rights Movement in America? She is proof that women can challenge systemic discrimination and advocate for a more just and equitable society.

Join us in building a Nigeria desirable for its citizens

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