Spotlight Initiative has enrolled 41 vulnerable school dropout girls back to school in Adamawa state.
Senior program officer of Neem Foundation, Minoe Duamwan stated this on Wednesday, during the enrollment held at Aliyu Mustapha college in Yola.
Doumwan explained that the program is sponsored by the European Union (E.U) and United Nations (U.N) with the Neem foundation as an implementing partner to end all forms of violence against women and girls.
She explained that empowering the girl-child with a sound education is another way to reduce gender-based violence in society adding that 300 women would be given a second chance to go back to adult education.
Also speaking, the Principal of Aliyu Mustapha College, Mal. Umar Sadiq urged parents to assist in sending their wards to hawk and applauded the EU/UN and Neem foundation for the wonderful intervention.
The 41 beneficiaries were provided with Uniforms, Shoes, Socks, and writing materials.