Our Focus — Who we are
The theme of our focus at Gender Mobile is protecting women and girl-child against sexual and gender-based violence.
What's our Mission
It is to build a strong, vibrant and accessible-for-all intervention platform that will connect victims and survivors to comprehensive specialized services.
The Vision we see
A just society devoid of all forms of gender-based violence that is capable of undermining the existence of mankind in all forms and degree.
Our Goal is to break the silence on gender-based violence, To agitate for increased and improved institutional response to gender-based violence and curb it.
Your donation will go a long way!
Yes, it will. The donation you make today will definitely end up saving or helping someone.
Here are few of what Gender Mobile users are saying — and how we have helped people's life.
Congratulations Gender Mobile on your 4th anniversary. You are blazing the trail in making tertiary institutions safe for female students and building their confidence to actively participate in the decision-making processes on the campuses. PWAN is glad to be associated with you. We wish you happiness and success for many more years!
Kemi OkenyodeExecutive Director Partners West Africa Nigeria.
Gender Mobile has been an incredible partner in the work of gender justice, especially for students in tertiary institutions. It has been a great experience working with them, the passion of their team is inspiring to us all. It's no wonder they have made such an impact in 4 years! We celebrate this milestone with them and we wish them more success in the coming years! Congratulations!
Toyin ChukwudozieExecutive Director Education as w vaccine
Gender Mobile’s achievement in 4 years speaks more than her years of existence. How your amazing leadership and loyal team handle your work and projects has shown passion, resilience, experience, commitment, competence, selflessness, and more which has resulted in a huge impact on the movement to end sexual and gender-based violence in Nigeria. Your partnership with BIGIF on our common goals has been rewarding and smooth. GMI, be blessed with continuous growth, prosperity, and greater impact year ahead. Congratulations!
Tinninmimu AdedejiExecutive Director Balm in Gilead Foundation for Sustainable Development (BIGIF)
I took part in Gender Mobile’s widow empowerment training to complement my hairdressing skills. At the end of the training, not only did I learn how to make wigs, but I also received free materials, including wigs, to get started with and I have been putting what I learned to good use.
Gender Mobile Initiative to me is a platform for social justice for victims of gender-based violence of any form, especially across campuses in Nigeria. This organization leverages the use of technology via the campuspal app to report sexual harassment on campuses and supports institutions in setting up Independent Committees for internal investigations of cases. It also utilizes its campus ambassadors through a bystander approaching intervention on issues of sexual and gender-based violence across campuses in Nigeria. Cheers GMI!!!
Steven EgiliCampus Ambassador University of Benin
Being a Campus Ambassador for Gender Mobile Initiative has proved to be an educative and change-driven ride. The training programs, especially the one tagged Leveraging the use of technology to address sexual harassment in tertiary institutions have been very informative. So yes, I am happy to represent GMI over and over again.
Nwaogazie C. Goodness.Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture
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Power in Her Hands: Breaking the Culture of Silence Surrounding Sexual and Gender Based Violence Thr...
Gender-based violence happens to our acquaintances, colleagues, friends and, yes, family members.” Anita Hill. The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) puts the number of girls who experience sexual violence in Nigeria at one in every four. Data makes it possible to measure the true scale of the problem. However, for Omowumi Ogunrotimi, the founder and Executive Directiveby GenderMobile / 22 Mar 2022