Denial of rights to education is a developmental issue facing the girl child in many Third World countries. Global statistics indicate that about 44 million girls worldwide remain out of school, whereas Africa is lagging behind other regions of the world in female enrolment ratios and female literacy. The purpose of the project is to improve access to basic education for the girl child through supporting the enrolment and retention of girls missing out of schools in Yeji Pru Districts fishing Communities. The project is aimed at achieving the following objectives: i. To improve capacities in 7 rural communities to effectively respond to issues of girl child education. ii. To reduce the number of girls not attending school in 7 rural communities by supporting 200 girls with logistics to enrol or continue their schooling. Social factors such as forced early marriage, girl trafficking and preference of boys over girls have largely limited girls' access to education in many rural areas. Other factors that have compounded the problem include outmoded customs, lack of schools in some rural areas, and a high level of ignorance on importance of girl child education.