Recognizing that girls face multiple challenges in pursuing an education, African Girls is employing a holistic approach to change the perception of the value of girls at the individual, community and institutional levels; foster an enabling environment for adolescent girls’ education; and engage and equip girls to make life decisions and important contributions to society. Building on stakeholders’ expertise, African Girls invests in new efforts to expand educational opportunities for girls—including in areas of personal health. The initiative leverages public-private partnerships and challenges others to commit resources to improve the lives of adolescent girls in Africa. It also expands collaborations with experts and places particular emphasis on community-led solutions to help adolescent girls complete their education.

Secondly, we also build libraries in communities.  At African Girls we believe in a world where both girls and boys are given the opportunity to fortify self-development. That is why African Girls have taken upon the initiative to empower communities by providing them with libraries. This initiative called “One Community One Library” hopes to enrich communities with the power of knowledge.

Empowering Girls, Empowering the World!

AG is a Non-Governmental Organization (501c3) providing girls facing adversity with strong and enduring professional support

What women around the world have in common is the ambition to advance their families, their communities and themselves. What they lack are opportunities, particularly access to education, healthcare, and economic development. Research has shown that girls continue to be the most excluded group in the world and because of this, they face discrimination and abuse. According to a UN 2015 report, an estimated 481 million women, 15 years and over, lack basic literacy skills, 64% of the total number of those who are illiterate.

What We Are About

  • African Girls empowers and educate young girls to advocate for human rights, equality, and universal education in Africa and around the world.
  • AG works to improve the quality of girl’s education in support of SDG4
  • AG works to promote gender equality and empower women to support SGD5 & SDG8

Support SDG4.2, ensuring that by 2030, all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes.


We strive for efficiency, effectiveness, and meaningful results across our work.

  • We continually seek to improve and increase our impact.
  • We take pride in our work and our accomplishments.


We elevate all voices striving for global economic, environmental, and social progress.

  • We seek to ensure that all voices are heard.
  • We strive to strengthen the voices of the marginalized and vulnerable.

Meet Our Team

Pascaline Bih
Pascaline BihProgram Director 1
Bih Pascaline is acting Program Director 1 for African Girls Cameroon. She is a Journalist by training and brings her experience of working-
Ailin M Nduma
Ailin M NdumaProfessional Guidance
Nduma Ailin Mambo is a professional Guidance Counselor and Community development practitioner who is passionate about positively transforming….
Frida M Tende
Frida M TendeCo-Founder
Frida Tende earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Buea in political Science and understand the educational-
Sonya M Mofor
Sonya M MoforCo-Founder
Sonya Mofor is a co-founder of AG. Sonya, born in Cameroon has studied and worked in the United states for several years.
Chioma Chime
Chioma ChimeTeam Member
Chioma born in Nigeria received her medical education from the University of Nigeria Nsukka(UNN). She later on moved to the United-

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