OUR IMPACT

As of January 2015, over 3400 young men have enrolled on Action for Equality Programme, 1710 young men have graduated from the AfE-Graduate Programme with more than 60% attendance. 706 young men have enrolled on the AfE-Alumni Programme.

“I can see the positive change into my son, so it will also help other boys to change & improve their behavior and in the end it will help and benefit their mother”

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The objective of Action for Equality is to initiate attitude and behaviour change in participants towards women in their lives.

In order to identify and understand the change outcomes in graduates who participated in the Action for Equality Graduate Programme, it is important to understand the nature of these changes and how they are experienced by those around them, particularly by women and girls. For this purpose, survey-guided structured interviews were conducted with relatives of 150 Cycle 10 graduates in October 2014.

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ECF Cycle 9 Evaluation Report

“This is a very good class for boys, boys are now started helping in house chores, boys learn very good values from this class and it is beneficial for both the boys and their families”

For the Cycle 9 Evaluation Report, survey-guided structured interviews were conducted in June 2014 with relatives of Cycle 9 graduates. The questions asked in the survey related to graduates’ attitude and behaviour within the household as this was the site where respondents were most likely to have observed change.

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ECF Cycle 8 Evaluation Report

“I noticed a little bit positive change in him since he joined ECF class because he now talks nicely with his grandparents & siblings and also with me. He now listens to me if I ask him to do something”

For the Cycle 8 Evaluation Report, survey-guided structured interviews were conducted in March 2014 with female relatives of Cycle 8 graduates.

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