OUR Thematic Area

We work on a range of thematic areas within social development
Go to Education


GAJI’s efforts are focused into two main areas: building literacy and the habit of reading among primary school children, and empowering girls to complete secondary school and succeed beyond that. One of the elements that make this organization unique, however, is the way it goes about its grassroots outreach.

Go to Health & Environment

Health & Environment

GAJI’s mission is to ensure that the target groups achieve immediate and sustainable change in their lives. In the area of health, the Organization has planned strategies to improve the health of disadvantaged people in Nigeria as a means for them to escape poverty and improve the quality of their lives.

Go to Human Rights

Human Rights

GAJI organizes grassroots projects and events; and cooperates with other Organizations locally and nationally. Recognizing the value of Nigerian way of life to the world, GAJI actively promotes Nigerian culture and advocates protection of human rights and the environment in which they live.

Go to Peace Building

Peace Building

Peace building is an intervention that is designed to prevent the start or resumption of violent conflict by creating a sustainable peace. GAJI’s peace building activities address the root causes or potential causes of violence, create a societal expectation for peaceful conflict resolution and stabilize society politically and socioeconomically.

Empowerment Programs

Investing in women’s economic empowerment sets a direct path towards gender equality, poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth. Women make enormous contributions to economies, whether in businesses, on farms, as entrepreneurs or employees, or by doing unpaid care work at home.

About US

Brief profile of GAJI-Nigeria
GAJI is deeply concerned with humanitarian work.

Gender Advocacy for Justice Initiative (GAJI) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political, non-religious and voluntary organization in Nigeria. GAJI is an Organization dedicated to improving the well being of women, children, youth and other vulnerable groups and passionately, giving particular attention to Education, Health issues, Human Right, Peace Building and Empowerment Programmes. The objective of GAJI is to advocate for girl child education, provide free legal services to the underprivileged; enhancing women’s participation in conflict resolution and peace building; provision of skill acquisition training for the physically challenged and to engage in research and evidence based advocacy on women’s right in law, health, education and environmental issues.

  • GAJI has designed a strategy of reaching out to young girls and boys in an effort to sensitize them on the dangers and importance of Menstrual Hygiene and how more productive they cab be during Menstruation.

  • As part of the organization's mission and vision statement, GAJI carried out this intervention in Ikpayongo, and the reactive cases were referred to the appropriate facility and have been placed on retention.

  • Apart from the global hand washing days, were GAJI effectively participates, GAJI also ensures sustainable change as we consistently train secondary and primary school students on how they can wash their hands.

  • GAJI strives to improve the vulnerable children to have access to quality education, enjoy human rights and equality, nd increased access to health services and information.


Our team is made up of young, energetic and intelligent people deeply committed to development work. The team is result oriented, passion driven and focused. Find team members profiles below.

Tersoo Agera

Programs Manager
“Agera Tersoo Iorbee is a Development Specialist with 11 Years experience with interest in WASH, Humanitarian Work, Poverty, Public Health, Research and Governance.”

John Ode

Program Officer Health

Barr Eunice Alfa

Senior Programs Officer Human Rights

Barr Janet Gbem

Programs Officer Human Rights
Janet completed a Civic Leadership institute course from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey from June-July 2017 as part of the Mandela Washington fellowship Programme for young African Leaders.

Peace C. Chinenyeze

Finance & Admin Officer
An enthusiastic and motivated M.Scs. Human Resource Management graduate with good communication and interpersonal skills, having a strong interest in staff welfare, administration and high performance of any organization I work with.

Ugoh Tersur

Head, Media Team
Emma is a computer programmer with great interest in humanitarian work.

Lami Kuchet

Office Assistannt
I am a secondary school graduate. I studied at Government Secondary school Gum. I love it when I add value to someones life. Cleanliness is my watchword.

Ihyurior Terngu Kelvin

Is from Konshisha Local Government. He attended special science primary school Awajir. Obtained his FSLC and proceeded to Shangev Tiev Community Secondary School Awajir and had his SSCE certificate.

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