Gender Links is increasing its focus on Learning and Impact across its programme areas to ensure that results from activities feed into the learning cycle as stipulated in our organisational Theory for Change. We thrive to produce global knowledge and to improve innovation and central to this approach is the articulation and analysis of the most significant results.  In 2019 we feature our Most Significant Results from the #VoiceandChoice Campaign.

Legislative reform
Mozambique: Penal code reform
The UK based Equality and Alliance commissioned Gender Links to document the comprehensive review and reform of the Mozambique Penal Code in 2014. The case study and video focused on the reform of sexual offences, domestic violence offences, abortion laws  and trafficking laws – as a study of successful legislative reform. View the video and case study.
CSE and teenage pregnancy
ESwatini: Young Women’s Alliance make themselves heard Madagascar: Andoharanomaitso commits to comprehensive SRHR services Junior Councils in Zimbabwe – “Anything for us without us is against us!”

Seychelles: Championing SRHR through social media

Lesotho: Demystify sexual education in seconday schools
Safe abortion LGBTI

Lesotho: Male councillor campaigns for safe abortion

Zimbabwe: Stepping up campaign for access to safe abortion services

Mauritius: LGBT youth led advocacy paving the way for LGBT rights
Menstrual Health

Lesotho: Government scraps tax from sanitary wear

Botswana: Male member of Parliament calls for free sanitary pads
Mauritius: Journalist takes up menstrual health campaign
Early Child Marriages
Mauritius says No to Child Marriage at the CEDAW 71st session in Geneva
HIV and AIDS and GBV
Madagascar: Mahajanga fights back the red zone Lesotho: Nokaneng app going digital on GBV Mauritius: The Safe Haven Halfway Home project

Click here for the most significant results archive.