Of the 4,361,451 girls who join primary level, only 126,674 progress for secondary level (97% drop out). Of the 126,674 girls who join secondary level, only 11,008 girls complete, (91% drop out). This is as a result of many factors, of which poor menstrual health management and poverty are the biggest cause. This is also evident in the employment sector, where men outnumber women which hinders development, thus supporting of girls education reduces the gender inequality gap and its effects.
Educating a girl child is a fountain of development, this program will support more girls, most especially in rural communities to complete education at both levels through providing school fees, scholastic materials and free reusable sanitary wears for them, thus closing the gender inequality gap and its effects.
An investment in a girls' education is not only an investment in her, but also in her family, community, nation, and the whole world. Supporting a girl child in the long run shall reduce global poverty, increase gender equality, reduce early pregnancies and marriages, reduce rapid population growth, reduce prevalence of HIV/AIDS, and harmful cultural practices like Female Genital Mutilation.