The Theory of Change underpins the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Framework of GIRLS Inspire. It acts as a visual compass of how change will take place during the project, while the M&E Framework measures how effective this change actually is, at every stage of the project. We use a results-based management M&E strategy which demands evidence of outcomes achieved, and as a result, serves as a tool for accountability. On this page you can access data which we recorded to see how change is taking place over time and over varying geographic regions.


Outcome 1

Institutions improve institutional capacity to design and deliver quality gender sensitive skills-oriented learning programs for girls and women and increase their technical skills to leverage open and distance learning (ODL) which address the barriers girls and women experience, among local partners.

Outcome 2

Communities increase awareness on the benefits of girls’ education, and the use of open, distance, and technology-based education and training, among parents and community leaders, as well as increased awareness of the negative consequences of child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) on development.

Outcome 3

Girls increase their knowledge about their health and social rights and the negative consequences of child, early and forced marriage (CEFM), gain skills that are locally relevant and validated by the labour market, and have aspirations for employment.