SCOEN directly impacts 16,418 girls, with a presence in 2 districts. In 2020, our goal is to strengthen our capacity and programs reaching these girls, while fighting for the rights of millions more and promote leadership skills and equips young people 13-24 years with the correct knowledge, attitude, and skills for reducing gender-based violence (GBV) and improving their SRHR (sexual and reproductive health & rights) outcomes.

At the end of 2020, our 5th year, our impact included:

125
Communities Reached
251
Boys and Men Reached
56
School Communities Worked with
2560
Adolescent Girls & Young Women Reached

Advancing Girls Leadership

The program targets Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW), empowers in-school adolescent girls to be leaders; reach their full educational potentials; and make healthy and informed choices. The 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.

15%
of girls can refuse unwanted sexual attention
56%
of girls believe in their power to improve their lives
20%
of girls hold leadership positions in their schools

Prioritizes Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Rights

The program empowers 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 Program is a gender transformative project that looks at challenging negative social norms and practices that affect SRHR outcomes amongst young people.

50%
of Boy Champions of Change agree that a girl should state her opinions in public
16%
of Champions of Change participants increased their knowledge on how STIs are spread
18%
increase in participants seeking out SRH services