G2G was registered in 2013 as a non for profit organisation and officially launched on 23rd

May 2015 by Mr Charles Vandi, the Director of Gender in the Ministry of Social Welfare

Gender and Children's Affairs, with 100 G2G club members,Members of the Board of G2G

and FORWARD Executive Director Naana Otoo-Oyortey present.

Our Vision

Girls and young women in Sierra Leone are empowered, free from gender based violence and able to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health and life choices.


To provide a safe space for girls and young women living in slum areas to develop leadership and life skills and access information and support to become agents of change.

Our Aim

The aim of G2G is to improve the sexual reproductive health and rights of girls and young women and safeguard them from early pregnancy and gender based violence including sexual exploitation, female genital mutilation (FGM) and child marriage..

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Opening statement by the Coordinator during G2G quarterly experince sharing sessionsOpening statement by the Coordinator during G2G quarterly experience sharing sessions


With funds from Amplify Change, Girl 2 Girl Empowerment Movement (G2G) held consultations with some duty bearers (stakeholders) in Waterloo. This engagement targeted thirty (30) stakeholders in two (2) communities (Ibgo Town and Findley Street) in Waterloo. The target was fifteen (15) from each of the two (2) communities. The purpose of the consultation was […]


Girl 2 Girl Empowerment Movement (G2G) held a one (1) day dialogue session with community stakeholders from the six (6) operational communities. The focus of this dialogue was to solic it support for better protection of the girl child, information activities in these  communities were also discussed. This engagement targeted eighteen (18) stakeholders from six […]


Girl 2 Girl Empowerment Movement (G2G) concluded a three (3) days training on Harmful Traditional Practices (HTP)  with focus on FGM , Child marriage and the effects it has on young women and girls.  The training attracted forty (40) participants from G2G network members and other youth and children’s led groups. The number also  included […]

Girl2 Girl Empowerment Movement (G2G) Commemorates 2017 Day of the African Child (June 16)

Girl2Girl Empowerment Movement (G2G) joined the 2017 commemoration of Day of the African Child June 16 with the Theme:  “Accelerating Protection, Empowerment and Equal Opportunities for Children in Africa by 2030 “. The National Theme was “Leh We Join Hand for Mek Pikin Beteh”. This event brought together 150 Members of G2G networks from the […]


Girl2Girl Empowerment movement is a young–women led organization based in Freetown which was set up in response to a study conducted with girls affected by teenage pregnancy. this empowering process resulted in the girls requesting support from a UK based organization Foundation for Women’s Health Research and development (FORWARD) to help set up a programme […]

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Programme strategies

Programme strategies  Create young women and girls only space to discuss sexual and reproductive health issues and information and help them to share and learn from each other.  Implementprogrammes targeting parents of teenagers- strengthening parenting skills and communication skills around SRH.  Provide comprehensive sexuality education which includes a focus on gender, human […]

Girl 2 Girl

Girls and young women in Sierra Leone are empowered, free from gender based violence and able to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health and life choices.

slThe Portuguese were the first Europeans to explore the land and gave Sierra Leone its name, which means “lion mountains.” Freetown, on the coast, was ceded to English settlers in 1787 as a home for blacks discharged from the British armed forces and also for runaway slaves who had found asylum in London.


"Girl 2 Girl Organization is definitely empowering young girls. We need initiatives like this to help in addressing Girl Child Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa "

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                                                                                                                                                                                                          Social Media Activist