This report outlines the focus and goals of Phase II of the Global Programme (2020-2023), based on learnings from programming and evidence from Phase I and beyond.
There are many reasons for governments, foundations and organizations to invest in the Global Programme to End Child Marriage. In this brief we list the top ten.
This fact sheet presents the Global Programme’s understanding of and approaches to working with civil society.
Global Programme Advocacy Brochure: 2018: Turning Commitments into Solid Actions (English, French)
2017: Let’s End Child Marriage (English ǀ French)
These brochures highlight key results from the twelve implementation countries of the Global Programme in 2017 and 2018.
These reports showcase research produced or supported by the Global Programme and other initiatives on ending child marriage led by UNFPA, UNICEF or UN Women from 2018 to 2019 as well from 2016 to 2017.
Evaluation of the Global Programme to End Child Marriage (report and annexes with a summary available in English, French, Spanish and Arabic)
Independent evaluation of the Global Programme phase I (2016–2019).
This catalogue highlights stories from some of the girls, families and community members who have been reached by various interventions to end child marriage, supported by the Global Programme.
This summary for practitioners provides practical guidance on how to translate commitments to gender equality into action.
This note for practitioners provides practical guidance on planning, implementing and monitoring interventions for adolescent girls’ empowerment through life skills.
This note for practitioners provides practical guidance on planning, implementing and monitoring life skills programmes to end child marriage.
This note for practitioners provides practical guidance on planning, implementing and monitoring interventions for promoting change in gender norms.
This note for practitioners provides practical guidance on planning, implementing and monitoring approaches for partnering with men and boys in child marriage programming.
In 2018, UNFPA, UNICEF and partners – including young people – leveraged investments to reach over 3 million girls and close to 14 million community members in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia with information, skills and services related to ending child marriage. Building on a global theory of change, the 12 Global Programme implementation countries employed country-specific strategies to tackle child marriage in their own contexts.
This assessment determines to which extent progress towards objectives of the Global Programme can be readily and reliably measured, monitored and evaluated.
The Phase II (2020–2023) design workshop report compiles learnings from the first phase of the Global Programme (2016–2019) and other programmes to end child marriage, discusses areas for strengthening the programme and presents commitments made by UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women to accelerate action to end child marriage.