SAF For Women & Girls Support

Creating platforms for the economic empowerment of the most vulnerable in the community.

What You Need To Know About Us

Salma Attah foundation for women and girls Support is a safe space that creates realistic awareness around inclusivity, gender based violence prevention while providing support, referral and guidance to survivors of all forms of violence and provide them with an environment / digital safe space to heal and share their stories to inspire others.

What we do?

Through our advocacies we aspire to break the silence surrounding sexual violence, advance gender equality, and create a safe environment for all with the use of Art. 

SARC Intervention

SARC works with survivors, their friends, and their loved ones to promote healing, empowerment, and a better understanding of how trauma affects people.


Survivor Support

Providing a free support and counseling service for survivors under the age of 18 who have been raped, sexually assaulted and/or sexually abused. 


Non-judgmental Guidance

Providing guidance to survivors non-judgmentally, with the use of Art; therapeutic spoken word and poems, songs, painting, real life experiences, according to the needs of a survivor.


Human rights principles and standards are violated by FGM, including the principles of equality and non-discrimination on the basis of sex, the right to be free of torture and cruel, inhuman, or degrading punishment, the right to the highest attainable standard of health, the rights of children, the right to physical and mental integrity, and even the right to life.

Our awesome team

We are a team of dedicated individuals who are passionate about helping people in need. We are here to help you in your journey to a better life.


Amrah Aliyu

Team Lead

Ibraheem Uthman


Asma'u Aliyu

Communication officer

Sada Malumfashi

Grants officer

Ibrahim Akibu Jaafar

Director of programmes

Dear Survivor,
For many, knowing that they are not alone keeps them going, hearing and sharing stories can play a vital role in their recovery from trauma. It's a beautiful thing to be a survivor of something so heinous It is time to help change the way people think and respond to pain. Your story could be the light another is holding on to... Take Survey

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