Our Theory of Change in Practice

Explore this page and discover how our partners in Bangladesh, India, Mozambique, Pakistan and Tanzania put strategies in practice to achieve our vision of sustainable livelihoods for girls and end the cycle of child, early and forced marriage.



Almost 80 percent of the population in Bangladesh live in rural areas, where road access is severely limited.

Pictured here is one of our skills training session in a boat school in Nasiarkandi in Rajshahi Division in the efforts to reach the unreached girls and women.



Satara, Maharashtra in India has high rates of school drop outs, where only 20% of girls go to school, most of whom drop out before turning 10 years old.

Our partners at Mann Deshi Foundation brings schooling to rural communities in Satara through mobile business schools to reach women and girls with skills training.



Our partners in Mozambique are building their teams to build adequate institutional capacity and reach hard-to-reach girls and prevent CEFM. Pictured here is our team at Associação Progresso working to kick start the project.



One of our partners in Pakistan, SPARC, works for children’s rights. In their Centres for Street Children (CSCs), they work to empower girls with skills training. Pictured here is the embroidery skills training course in Jatoi.



Strong in-country partnership and networks are the foundation to ownership, accountability and success. Our Tanzania partners launched the project with support from the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training – Government of Tanzania.