Our programs seek to address the unique needs of girls and young women, challenge negative gender norms, decrease gender-based violence, and engage boys and young men in creating more gender-equitable communities.
IN SOUTH AFRICA, BY AGE 16
report a higher sense of self-efficacy, confidence, and knowledge about the risk factors for sexual and gender based violence and HIV
are more capable of identifying harmful gender norms and examples of physical and intimate partner violence
in gender-equitable beliefs among graduates of GRS girl-focused program
have shown improved gender equitable attitudes