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The BeingHer Girls Exploitation and Wellbeing Programme focused on delivering an Early Intervention & Prevention Project for girls and young women at risk of violence. Targeting those living in the areas of highest deprivation across Southwark, Croydon and Lambeth. 


The programme has been instrumental in providing support and resources to help these individuals navigate their risk, vulnerabilities and challenges that come with not only Exploitation, but living in areas of high deprivation as a young woman.


These workshops and programs cover a wide range of topics, including personal safety, self-esteem, healthy relationships, and resilience, all designed to empower participants and equip them with essential life skills.


We were recently granted with a multi-year project commission from the London Borough of Southwark to deliver the project borough wide, focusing on delivery through Schools. Over the course of two and a half years, our team has successfully delivered 62 workshops and six group specialist programs, achieving an impressive average of 75% across all project outcomes.


Our extensive experience in working with this project has provided us with valuable insights and knowledge on effectively engaging with vulnerable young women and addressing sensitive topics in a manner that resonates with them. We understand the unique challenges faced by these girls and young women and have honed our approach to ensure our support is both relevant and impactful.


The BeingHer Girls Exploitation and Wellbeing Program serves as a testament to the power of early intervention and prevention efforts in helping at-risk youth overcome adversity and build a brighter future. Our commitment to this cause remains steadfast, and we are determined to continue making a positive difference in the lives of the girls and young women we serve.

We currently deliver beingHer programmes in the following London Boroughs:





We always tailor our programmes to the needs of the group of girls we are working with, however, the main topics we cover in sessions and workshops include:

Healthy Relationships


Safety Planning

Youth Violence 

Period Hygiene

Mental Health Wellbeing

Nutrition & Cooking

Stress Management

Rights of women​

Within each beingHer programme, the girls are given a budget, supervised by the team, to develop their own youth social action project based on some of the things they have learned about.


For example, one set of girls in our Croydon programme delivered a small community show, which educated their family and friends on healthy relationships. working with girls age 13-17. to develop their own youth social action project. 

Once the girls have been on the beingHer programme, they will be given an opportunity to become 'Big sisters' as part of the beingHer JR project, peer supporting girls in year 6 who will be joining their secondary school at the beginning of the upcoming academic year.

If you are interested in having the beingHer programme delivered in your school, or youth club please send our friendly team an email

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