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Evidence Brief: Advocacy Works

In our new evidence brief, read how AmplifyChange grantees are achieving sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) impact in the most challenging legal and policy environments.

Since 2015, AmplifyChange grantees have contributed to more than 30 significant policy and law changes in SRHR, across 24 countries plus the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region.

In this paper we share analysis from our work, presenting insights on how advocacy has worked successfully at AmplifyChange.

We map the strategies grantees have used to secure policy and law change against an existing advocacy framework; illustrate how AmplifyChange makes grants in the most challenging contexts and issues (abortion, and LGBTI stigma/discrimination) and how grantees have managed to secure change despite these difficult circumstances. We conclude with insights from our work and selected stories of success.

  • Evidence Brief: Advocacy Works (516.11 KB PDF File)


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