What we do

Strengthening Less Fortunate Girls

BMCA is committed to the empowerment and welfare of girls, serving as a ray of hope and a force for good in the world.

Wellness & Menstrual Health

Menstruation hygiene awareness still continues to be a major challenges for majority of the urban poor girls

Building Supportive Community

BMCA works to build new ideas and looking for new means to improve the lives of the young women living in the slums.

Promoting Gender Equality

BMCA works to dismantle deeply rooted gender stereotypes and promoting inclusivity instead of being limited by gender-based expectations from society.

Mentorship & Role Models

BMCA gives young females mentorship towards the future to help transform, break down barriers and show possibilities.

Addressing Gender Based Violence

BMCA aspires to equality and justice, combating gender-based violence as our paramount mission.

Education

When girls receive quality education, it breaks the cycle of poverty and gives communities a whole a sense of empowerment.

Campaigns

Committed to serving everyday

As an NGO, we are majorly relying on donations and support from kindhearted individuals and institutions who share the same vision as ours. Join us in our campaigns and projects. Join us and share our campaigns with your family and friends.

Pads Drive

We will be having a Pad Drive to raise 20,000 sanitary towels on 30th April 2024 at Biafra Social. Join us!

School Fee contributions

We will be having a School Fee Harambee to raise school fee to assist 10 student join form one come January 2024. The Harambee will be held on 10th January 2024 at Biafra Social. Join us!

Menstrual day

We still open to collections of sanitary pads to add to our bundle which we plan to distribute to more schools in our community. Join us on 16th February as we celebrate the Menstrual day and share menstrual items in our community.

Our Projects

Menstruation hygiene Awareness

Menstruation hygiene awareness still continues to be a major challenges for majority of the urban poor girls

Gender Based Violence (GBV)

The Big Minds Community Association has identified this big challenge facing such girls and has adopted a girl child program to help

Girl-Child Education

Majority of these girls lack access to education and are disadvantaged as they have no way out of the problem as most of them emanate from poor slum families

Early Marriages/Young Mothers

The challenge is escalating without a resilient measure to our young girls

Activities

32345+

Sanitary Towels given

250+

Girls taken back to school

8+

Community Projects undergoing

78+

Young Mothers benefiting

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We are located at Kinyago 

Promoting girls’ education, health, and general well-being.

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