Toolkits

Regional Discussions

Resource: Regional action plan to end child marriage in South Asia (2015-2018) (SAIEVAC)

Regional Discussions

Resource: Kathmandu call for action to end child marriage in South Asia

Thinking outside the box: creative solutions to child marriage

Presentation: Bikes & rights for girls in Nepal (Aura Freedom International)

Using global and regional commitments to prompt change in your community

Presentation: Key global commitments to end child marriage (Girls Not Brides)

Country-wide initiatives and strategies to end child marriage: what can we learn?

Handout: Zambia’s nation-wide campaign to end child marriage (Girls Not Brides)

Country-wide initiatives and strategies to end child marriage: what can we learn?

Handout: Nepal’s multi-sectoral strategy to address child marriage (Girls Not Brides)

Country-wide initiatives and strategies to end child marriage: what can we learn?

Handout: Egypt’s national strategy for prevention of early marriage (Girls Not Brides)

Country-wide initiatives and strategies to end child marriage: what can we learn?

Handout: Ethiopia’s national strategy and action plan on harmful traditional practices (Girls Not Brides)

Participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning: why and how?

Resource: Using SenseMaker to understand girls’ lives: Lessons learnt from Girl Hub (Girl Hub)

Participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning: why and how?

Resource: Listening to young voices: facilitating participatory appraisals on reproductive health with adolescents (CARE)

Participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning: why and how?

Handout, Research tool: The Girls Empowerment Star (Plan International

Participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning: why and how?

“Hear our voices”: Key findings from Plan International’s participatory research on adolescent girls (Plan International)

Participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning: why and how?

Presentation: Participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning (Girl Hub)

Participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning: why and how?

Presentation: Participatory community analyses: Experiences from a multi-country child marriage project (CARE)

Donor discussion

Presentation: Accelerating action to end child marriage (UK Department for International Development)

Demonstrating collective impact

Integrating child marriage into existing programmes

Ramping up youth engagement in your work – let’s get started!

Handout: Quality standards for youth participation (Girls Not Brides)

Ramping up youth engagement in your work – let’s get started!

Handout: Youth audit tool (Girls Not Brides)

Advocacy planning to achieve your goals

Media strategy on a budget

Child marriage project lifecycle

Developing an effective collective strategy

Be prepared: building and using a core case for fundraising

Handout: Building relations with donors and preparing for due diligence (Bond)

Be prepared: building and using a core case for fundraising

Presentation: Building relations with donors and preparing for due diligence (Bond)

Pitching for success: tops tips to secure media coverage on child marriage

Handout: Ethics and sensitivity in the field. How to guide your journalist

Pitching for success: tops tips to secure media coverage on child marriage

Handout: The human angle: A guide for gathering testimonies from the field

Theory of Change user guide (Girls Not Brides)

De-mystifying the Theory of Change

Bringing religious leaders on board

Child marriage and youth voices: online survey findings (Girls Not Brides)

Five reasons why youth are essential in building a world without child marriage (Girls Not Brides)

Young but capable (Vikalp Sansthan)

Young but capable (Plan International)

This presentation highlights a summary of findings from Plan’s research on adolescent girls’ perceptions of their own empowerment. Conducted with over 4,000 adolescent girls, this presentation makes particular reference to adolescent girls’ views on marriage.

‘Young but capable’: how working with youth generates results Presentation: Young but capable (GENET

This presentation gives an overview of Girls Not Brides Malawian member Girls Empowerment Network approach to ‘girl-centred advocacy’, and explains how this approach has led to significant impact on child marriage in the Malawi context.

Glossary of monitoring and evaluation terms (The Aspen Institute)

Donors, evaluators, and practitioners often use different Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) terms to mean the same thing. This handy summary of common evaluation terms and definitions will help you understand the basics.

Introduction to monitoring and evaluation – the basics

Presentation: Introduction to monitoring and evaluation (The Aspen Institute)

Lessons Learned from the White Ribbon Alliance

This presentation outlines lessons learned from the White Ribbon Alliance on setting up national alliances. It highlights the importance of facilitative leadership and consensus building models as key components for success.

Getting the foundations rights: setting up a National Partnership

Presentation: How to set up a Girls Not Brides national partnership? (Girls Not Brides)

Fundraising essentials: identifying opportunities and building relationships

Fundraising essentials: identifying opportunities and building relationships

Introduction to strategic advocacy

Getting your voice in the media: effective messaging

Early and Child Marriage in India - A Landscape Analysis

Impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on Girls’ Education

PRACHAR: Advancing Young People’s Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in India

Building Programs to Address Child Marriage - The Berhane Hewan Experience in Ethiopia

Fundraising Guide for Girls Not Brides members

This is a guide to assist you by helping you identify a number of funding mechanisms and funders whose interests could be in line with your organisational and project objectives.

Girl-Centered Program Design

This toolkit is based on the experiences of dozens of programs working with adolescent girls—and wouldn’t have been possible to create without the willingness of many people to hare their successes, stumbling points and expertise.

Advocacy Toolkit for Youth

This toolkit is for anyone who believes passionately in the power of education as a force for good in the world and the right for all children to get a good quality education, no matter where they are and what the circumstances.