"To promote social justice for girls/women, to produce a poverty free environment by providing access to education for Girls and empowering Women, to mitigate and prevent Sexual and Gender Based Violence."
A WFP supported programme designed to treat and prevent the direct causes of malnutrition, like inadequate diets, complementing programmes that address the underlying factors, such as poor knowledge of feeding practices or lack of clean water, concentrating more efforts on the most vulnerable, targeting young children, pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers in Konduga Community both in IDP Camp and Host Community.
To achieve food and nutrition security for all people without distinction, food assistance policies and programmes must create conditions that advance, rather than undermine, gender equality and women’s empowerment. Women's empowerment is a key means of achieving gender equality. It involves women having the same capacity as men to determine and shape their own lives and contribute in shaping the lives of their families, communities and societies.
BOWDI educates children thereby preventing them from being part of terror activities and molding their future through establishment of 26 non-formal learning centers in Jakana, Auno and Jimtilo communities of Konduga L.G.A, Borno State. Ensuring that those in difficult circumstances, and those belonging to ethnic minorities, have access to and complete, free, and compulsory primary education of good quality to dropout and retention rates of girls.