Mega Impact Foundation/Sinabeze Benita Okolobi

SDG Action Network

Our SDG Action

Teenage Girls Initiative

Nigeria Asaba
Number of people taking this action: 250 or more
TEENAGE GIRLS INITIATIVE  Girls are subjected to physical, sexual and psychological abuse that cuts acos lines of income, class and culture. Such violence is recognised as a violation of human right and a form of discrimination against females. This initiative provides one-on-one counselling, intensive support and group work among secondary school girls who has been sexually violated or at high risk of being violated. We also hold assemblies and events to educate young girls on the signs and dangers of sexual violation. Our organisations constantly develop policies and programs giving priority to formal and informal educational programs that support girls and enable them develop self-confidence, acquire knowledge, placing special focus on the physical, mental health and well-being.  You can join us by following us on our social media handles; Facebook: Mega Impact Foundation  Twitter: @MegaImpactTeam Instagram: megaimpact
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 8 Decent work and economic growth 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), Delta State Ministry of Higher Education, Nigeria

About Mega Impact Foundation/Sinabeze Benita Okolobi

Mega Impact Foundation (MIF) is a non-profit/non-governmental organization which operates in Nigeria and South Africa; Headquartered in Nigeria. It was registered in South Africa in July 2014 with registration number 139-849 NPO and in Nigeria in November 2016 with registration number CAC/IT/NO 92566.

Mission Statement

To be a solution Provider/Facilitator to the less privileged people and the youth by mobilizing resources (human and non-human) required to address their needs.


The main objective of our NGO is to provide customised solutions to some of the social and economic problems facing the less privileged and other disadvantaged people of the world and the youth. The problems include, but not limited to: Extreme Poverty, Drug Abuse, sexual violation against girls, Juvenile delinquency, teenage pregnancy, unemployment among youth, child labour, Poor Standard of Education.

Countries We Work in
Nigeria South Africa
Languages We Work in
SDGs We Tackle
1 No Poverty 4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 8 Decent work and economic growth 17 Partnerships for the Goals