About

Mayale Strategy is an innovative and value driven independent organization in the business of strategic communications, personal, professional, and organizational development.

Mayale Strategy(RC#1660233) is an innovative and value driven independent organization in the business of strategic communications, personal, professional, and organizational development.

The organization has expertise in training, business development, publishing, legal, and accounting services as well as integrated marketing communications. Mayale Strategy provides dozens of educational and networking opportunities for individuals to learn about personal, professional, and community issues, from experts, and from each other.

These opportunities build community among citizens and provide a robust arena for exchange of ideas, collective problem solving, and the development of cross-sector solutions. Its basic pillars of services - professionalism, effectiveness, and complexity of solutions for our clients are fundamentals for any credible organization.

In our work, we focus on staying current with the leadership environment in Nigeria using knowledge not only from domestic resources but also from abroad as well.

4

continents


Training Programs
16

African Countries


Training Programs
89

Projects


9

years of experience


How we got started

Mayale Strategy came into being following the shifting socioeconomic status of women in Nigeria and unexpected challenges. Young women frequently sponsor their marriages and subsequently become breadwinners of their families - a reversal of roles in a culture notorious for male chauvinism. Consequently, some husbands who are mostly unemployed or under employed resort to violent and untoward behaviour to mask their insecurity.

The misogyny is pervasive. In 2019 alone, 243 million women and girls (aged 15-49) across the world encountered sexual or physical violence by an intimate partner, according to figures compiled by the UN. While the statistics in Nigeria is unclear, what is certain is that victims of domestic violence lack negotiation skills, communication, conflict management, and mediation skills to navigate the challenge of managing success at home and the work place. As a result, the women endure multiple forms of discrimination, sexual, and physical violence with potential impacts on women’s wellbeing, their sexual and reproductive health, mental health, and ability to participate and lead in socio-economic development.