Girl's Power Initiative Objectives are subdivided into four levels:
INDIVIDUAL LEVEL: To empower young girls as social change agents through entrepreneurial skills building to reduce poverty, provision of information on reproductive health and human rights to reduce unplanned pregnancies, unsafe abortions, STIs, HIV/AIDS, violence against girls and women and sexual abuse.
SOCIAL NETWORK LEVEL: At the level of the parents, other family members, and peers to strengthen positive relationships among girls and immediate social relations to provide the necessary support for their positive growth, development and wellbeing.
COMMUNITY LEVEL: Direct and indirect interventions aimed at creating new and broader enabling environment and opportunities for girls' action towards changing discriminatory practices, beliefs and policies that put girls and women at risk and perpetuate poverty, and create awareness on health challenges faced by girls and women for necessary action.
INSTITUTIONAL LEVEL: This is focused on creating changes through activities and advocacy for policy changes that impact systemic practices and norms that affect girls, women and their communities.
The volunteer will be asked to complete the following tasks:
• Lead the identification of and approaches foundations and trusts that have not previously supported the work of GPI.
• Guide the writing of proposals for funding from foundations supporting the work that GPI does with Nigeria and elsewhere.
• Assist identified staff to develop core generic trust proposals for each programme that requires funding.
Conduct an initial capacity assessment of organisation to pursuie Cuso International volunteer activities.