Freedom for girls (F4G) - Meaningful evaluation of impacts
F4G was established in 2016 with the specific aim of tackling period poverty, an issue which affects millions of women and girls worldwide. We are excited to be working with them to evaluate the health, social, emotional, economic, environmental and other impacts across a range of F4G’s beneficiaries e.g. refugees and asylum seekers, female prisoners and users of foodbanks. This research and the associated outputs will further raise awareness of the issue, as well as promoting sharing of learning with other relevant organisations and attracting future funding for F4G. As always our approach is participatory and we are building capacity with F4G beneficiaries in order that they can embed lessons learned and undertake their own meaningful research in the future.