Girl Child Network Worldwide

Girl Child Network Worldwide (GCNW) emerged out of multiple personal experiences, collectively representing a proven track record that is acknowledged around the world, making it possible to move seamlessly from the African village to the global village. The Girl Child Empowerment Model (GCEM) was started in Zimbabwe in 1998 in a classroom in a poor high density suburb by Betty Makoni and her students. It has grown from being a discussion during class to global action and is now being replicated in other parts of Africa and all over the world. Abuse of young girls recognizes no borders, cultures, creed or color. It is all around us, representing massive loss of human potential as well as a...

Chitsotso Girls Empowerment Village-girls healing

Chitsotso Girls Empowerment Village-girls healing
Photo from Progress Report 'Girls Empowerment Villages give hope to rape survivors' (view small | med | large | orig)

Anita Koroma with girls who have joined her clubs

Anita Koroma with girls who have joined her clubs
Photo from Progress Report 'Girls Empowerment Clubs Success story-Sierra Leone' (view small | med | large | orig)

Attending the Girls Empowerment Conference

Attending the Girls Empowerment Conference
Photo from Progress Report 'Girls Empowerment Clubs Success story-Sierra Leone' (view small | med | large | orig)

Ayeisha aged 14 chairing a press conference

Ayeisha aged 14 chairing a press conference
Photo from Progress Report 'Girls Empowerment Clubs Success story-Sierra Leone' (view small | med | large | orig)

President of Girl Child Network Sierra Leone

President of Girl Child Network Sierra Leone
Photo from Progress Report 'Girls Empowerment Clubs Success story-Sierra Leone' (view small | med | large | orig)