Girls Voices Initiative was set up in 2013 to promote a girls’ rights movement through digital literacy and citizen journalism, so girls and women can tell their stories to advocate for a better and fairer future. The organisation offers training in filmmaking and citizen journalism and hopes to drive conversations about girls’ rights. Using the power of digital storytelling to mobilise communities, Girls Voices Initiative wants to help girls pursue their education and become active members of society. The organisation teaches girls and women about their rights and their welfare and sets them on course to be able to advocate for themselves using technology and digital media. At an annual boot camp, girls are taught coding, research and design in order to help them come up with tech solutions to social issues affecting their community. Through the storytelling, Girls Voices Initiative is working to enhance girls’ leadership skills so that they can inspire other girls, creating a domino effect of girls supporting girls. The organisation is also engaged in several advocacy groups on the national and regional levels to help end child marriage in Nigeria. Girls are directly involved in the organisation, where they are invited to contribute with new ideas for projects. They are also actively engaged in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programmes.