We offer this select library of reports, curricula, and other resources to support learning and technical capacity-building in the four areas of focus for WomenStrong International’s Learning Lab: girls’ education and empowerment, women’s health, prevention of violence against women and girls, and economic opportunity. Our goal is to help move practical tools and resources into the hands of those who can best use them — bold, community-based organizations striving to advance progress and momentum for women and girls.
Please use the filters below to find the resources you need, either within one of our four areas of learning, by geography, or by specific topic (e.g., male engagement, delaying child marriage, adolescent sexual and reproductive health, etc.).
This fact sheet describes WomenStrong International’s approach to knowledge and learning, both as it relates to our own model and to the work of our 19 partner organizations seeking to prevent violence and advance the education, health, and wellbeing of… Read More
COVID-19 threatens to upend decades of progress toward gender equality. The pandemic undeniably harms the health, safety, and livelihood of millions of people globally. Yet experience from past disease outbreaks has taught us that the resulting school closures, lockdowns, and… Read More
How do gender norms – society’s expectations about how men and women and boys and girls should look and behave – affect educational outcomes for girls? What does this mean for program design and evaluation? And what is gender, anyway?… Read More
Our Handbook was developed in partnership with WomenStrong founding members in Ghana, Kenya, India, and Haiti, based on their experiences running Girls’ Clubs for over 10,000 girls and boys. It incorporates best practices promoted by renowned youth development and life… Read More
The April 30 event at the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), which was hosted by The Coalition for Adolescent Girls and co-sponsored by WomenStrong International, included remarks by leaders from GirlUp, Population Council, World Vision International, and WomenStrong’s… Read More