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  • Updated: August 04, 2022

Union Bank, JAN Mark Eight Years Girl Child Empowerment Programme

Union Bank and Junior Achievement of Nigeria (JAN) have marked eight years of empowering the girl child through their LEAD Camp intervention programme.

Foluso Gbadamosi, Executive Director, JAN, said that the LEAD Camp intervention program has played a crucial role in developing the career of over 1,000 girls in Nigeria, which aims at achieving gender equality and empowerment for all women and girls.

“The LEAD Camp is to demonstrate that regardless of their socio-economic status, background or career path they choose to take young girls and women can be successful with the right guidance, mindset, skill sets and network, and we will continue to inspire and provide them with a world of possibilities to thrive excellently.”

Also speaking, Ogochukwu Ekezie-Ekaidem, Head of Brand and Marketing, Union Bank, stated that the bank is proud to see its partnership with JAN yielded a successful impact on girl child in the country.

“This partnership reinforces our commitment to the push for gender equality and our focus on supporting the girl child.

“We are proud to see the impact of the programme on the young girls across the country, and we commend the efforts of the JAN team who work tirelessly to impact them.”

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