Facilitated Learning Cognitive Development Sustainability STEM Literacy Education
E.Her Ltd is a not-for-profit and we are dedicated to empowering girls and women, aged 6-18, affected by humanitarian crises, conflict, fragility, and climate change. Our mission is inclusive, focusing on facilitating learning and enhancing cognitive development for all individuals we engage with. To achieve this, we offer programs and micro-projects lasting 4 weeks to 9 months, providing a variety of educational resources, including traditional puzzles, Lego, Keva planks, K’nexs, SNAP Kits and Computer-based tools.
PEX Intelligence Ltd serves as the Strategic Service Delivery Partner for E.Her’s partner plus tier service, managing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) programs and initiatives, as well as providing EHER franchise and consulting services.
One of our initiatives, “You are Bold,” aims to foster STEM education among young girls through unique books and digital games that celebrate Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science. Additionally, we are actively advancing Digital Literacy by providing tailored access to computer-related interactive puzzles, making localization a priority where possible. These engaging activities not only make learning fun but also foster interactive connectivity and new “Lived Experiences”.
Our projects prioritize inclusivity, scalability, and agility, utilizing innovative and enjoyable cognitive development methods and strategies that incorporate meticulous planning while infusing a sense of fun and creativity.
The mission is to empower girls by offering free access to tools that enable them to navigate societal norms and boundaries. While traditional reading materials may be limited, alternative tools are used to engage, evolve, and empower girls, recognizing that education strengthens both individuals and their nations.
“Educating and Empowering young girls and women through Diversity & Crises Management for Strength, Prosperity and Resilience is the E.Her Pathway to progress.”
E.Her Chairwoman Motto
Who we Serve
Our focus is to work with young girls aged 6-18 that come from lower socioeconomic backgrounds.
Our Focus Countries:
• Q3 2023: Launching in Nigeria
• Q2 2024: Expansion to locations of displacement in Sub-Saharan Africa, with specific locations to be determined.
Our Seven Lens Philosophy
1 Environmental Responsibility:
Our traditional puzzles and jigsaws are made from eco-friendly materials such as wood, recycled plastic and even agricultural waste, including coconut shells.
We believe in the potential of every young girl and their communities, leading with empathy in our approach.
Our commitment to inclusivity ensures that all girls, including persons (children) with disabilities, have access to facilitated learning, both through traditional and digital puzzles.
4 Local Efforts:
Local Efforts: We collaborate with local women artisans, creating employment opportunities and supporting local communities in crafting our traditional puzzles to add to our training tools.
5 Community and connectivity:
E.Her strives to become a global community initiative that goes beyond borders, offering a secure environment for young girls to authentically connect, express themselves, and explore alternative learning methods.
With our distinctive educational approach, we equip young girls with the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to reach their academic and personal aspirations.
E.Her harnesses information, media, and communication technologies to amplify the recognition of women’s challenges and their untapped potential, promoting greater awareness and acknowledgment in society.
What we do
We promote facilitated learning and enhanced cognitive development. We distribute traditional puzzles, Lego , Keva planks, K’nexs and SNAP to enhance cognitive ability and STEM Literacy for young girls. We are promoting Digital Literacy by giving free access to customised and where practical localised interactive puzzles, which brings fun and interactive connectivity.
As E.Her, we are trying to reach out to as many of these girls in an innovative and fun way through the use of puzzle games in order to supplement their learning. Puzzles are games and problems that can put someone’s ingenuity and knowledge to the test. Puzzles are known to support cognitive development and crucial skills, such as shape recognition, concentration, goal setting, patience, and a sense of achievement
Besides that, E.Her is keen on sustainably working with local artists and local resources to create the puzzles for the benefit of adolescent girls.
Puzzles are games and problems that can put someone’s ingenuity and knowledge to the test. Puzzles are known to support cognitive development and crucial skills, such as shape recognition, concentration, goal setting, patience, and a sense of achievement. E-her uses both digital and traditional puzzles to improve learning and support efforts addressing literacy rates amongst young girls.
Digital Puzzles help the young girls with digital literacy skills. Through digital puzzles, young girls will be able to connect peers online and solve a puzzle collectively or even compete against each other. This feature is very crucial for young girls located in particularly isolated communities.
Traditional jigsaw puzzles
Traditional jigsaw puzzles assist with cognitive development, learning and crucial skills such as shape recognition, concentration, goal setting, patience and a sense of achievement. These traditional jigsaw puzzles are donated and some are manufactured from environmentally-friendly materials such as wood, agricultural waste (e.g. coconut shells) and recycled plastic.
Who we are
We are a diverse and inclusive team collaborating with a broad network of vetted and dedicated professionals, each bringing unique backgrounds and experiences.
Our common bond is a shared commitment to the importance of investing in girls’ education.
Co-Founder / Gen Z Innovator
Haleemah serves as the GenZ innovator, actively researching and formulating innovative concepts for the innovation team she can be contacted at:
Co-Founder Chief Human Experience Director/ Chairwoman
Titi takes the lead in developing human experience concepts and driving innovative projects, placing strong emphasis on effective project execution and overall programme success. She is also responsible for promoting corporate social responsibility (CSR) with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Additionally, Titi serves as a Sustainability Maturity Index Practitioner and a DEI Master Practitioner, overseeing operational planning and supervising project implementation, audits, and assessments for E.Her programmes in West Africa and is the first point of contact for EHER Games Club franchisees.
She can be contacted at:
Mike: Relationship & Responsibility Director
Mike’s responsibilities encompass building client relationships, procuring donation items, and upholding the corporate social responsibility (CSR) focus. Additionally, he manages B2B service donations. He is eager to connect and build the community and he can be contacted at:
Graeme: Logistics Director
In his capacity as Logistics Director, Graeme is dedicated to fostering client relationships and collaborating closely with the Responsibility Director to uphold our corporate social responsibility (CSR) values. His focus is on optimizing our E.Her logistics operations to be eco-friendly, efficient, and ethically sound. Additionally, Graeme supervises donation deliveries and is passionate about cultivating global community connections. He can be contacted at:
West African Project Lead Associate
Blessing Ntamu, PhD, is an experienced Counselling and Educational psychologist with over a decade in higher education teaching and research. Her expertise includes developmental psychology, behaviour modification, effective learning methods, and inclusive education. She focuses on neuroscience-based approaches to learning and psychotherapy. She leads academic planning for E.Her in Nigeria and can be contacted on at:
West Africa Compliance Legal Advisor
Aminyikowoh Clement Eko, Esq. is a is a dynamic and innovative lawyer and the principal partner of Fourth Circle Attorneys (FCA), a registered law firm in Nigeria. He earned his law degree from the University of Calabar and his LLM from the University of Lagos. He started his legal career at Monima Karibi-Whyte & Co. and gained experience at other firms in Port-Harcourt and Lagos. Mr. Eko has lectured on law and is known for his expertise in human rights, corporate law, land law, immigration law, property law, litigation, and legal consulting. He is a member of several legal associations, including the Nigeria Bar Association, International Bar Association, and Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators.
Daniel Offem (Volunteer):
Senior Operations Coordinator, Calabar
Daniel Offem (Rtd) is a seasoned law enforcement professional with a distinguished career history, having served as a Chief Superintendent of Police Administration (CSPA) at Police HQ Birnin Kebbi, and Commander of the Police Mobile Force at Mopol Abeokuta/Mopol 2. Additionally, he has held key roles as Special Assistant on Security to a Former Hon Chief Judge of Cross River State and is currently serving as Chief Security Officer at an Education Institute.
Daniel is recognized for his outstanding skills in management, decision-making, and interpersonal interactions, with a proven ability to excel in high-pressure situations and handle complex tasks efficiently. His energy, motivation, and adaptability, coupled with extensive hands-on and theoretical expertise, make him an asset across various domains. He can be contacted at: