About Protect Girls Image Organization (PGIO)
Protect A Girls' Image Organization is a Faith-based humanitarian organization that exists to provide advocacy for substance use disorder, preventing adolescent pregnancies, and bringing positive transformation to vulnerable children and their families.
We are a social advocacy founded and managed by a committed team of men and women who are dedicated to serving children by detecting and responding to emerging drug and substance abuse cases, preventing early pregnancies among adolescents and dealing with other social economic family challenges.
Being an exemplary Faith-based humanitarian humanitarian organization that seeks to bring about justice and sustainability for our children.
Creating Awareness and Prevention of drug and substance abuse, early adolescent pregnancies, and other social economic family challenges.
To empower children to thrive and cultivate their full potential through counseling, education, and intervention.
Includes establishing churches that would provide spiritual guidance and help identify needy families through programs run jointly.
Our Great Team
Chair Board meetings and strategic planning
Pauline W Ruthari
Marilyn R Gross
She oversees and manages organization programs in the USA.
William N. Simba
Operations and financial management
Gabriel M N'goto
We have an ambition and vision to champion the interests of vulnerable children countrywide. However, the organization currently confines its activities in Nairobi and Central province in line with its resource capacity and existing service delivery structures.
A networking office situated in Nairobi City Centre serves as the headquarters, with the partner offices playing a supportive intermediary role in handling any emerging cases effectively.
PGIO brings together valuable stakeholders who effectively guarantee the realization of victory over the fight against drugs and substances abuse, early pregnancies and social and economic family challenges. PGIO creates campaigns in mutual collaboration with health institutions, schools/colleges, government offices, counsellors, and social groups.