The Act Framework: Towards A New M&E Model For Measuring Social Norms Change Around FGM

Publication Date: 2020

Publisher: UNFPA, UNICEF

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The ACT Framework, developed in partnership with Drexel University’s Dornsife School of Public Health, in consultation with experts around the world, validated in two countries (Guinea and Ethiopia), provides programme planners with new practical resources for measuring and tracking changes in social norms related to female genital mutilation.

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