Research, Implementation Evidence, and Learning Products

Research, Implementation Evidence, and Learning Products 
From the inception of the More Than Brides Alliance in 2015, the Alliance has developed several project resources, conducted qualitative and quantitative research, and developed learning products. 
The project resources help to inform, review and adapt the Theory of Change of the ‘More than Brides Alliance’ and can serve as inspiration for other child marriage and SRHR initiatives. Resources include our baseline reports, mid-line reports and end-line reports. In order to gain in-depth understanding about drivers of child marriage, different qualitative and quantitative research was conducted. Working towards gender equality and norms change calls for participatory and gender transformative learning. Lessons learned from implementing our innovative learning strategies, such as collating scientific evidence with implementation experience, youth-led research, and the learning spark fund will be published in this section. 
Focus on Sexuality 
All lessons learned on the different components of the MTBA learning project were brought together in an International Learning Event in March 2021. You can find all of the learning products here. 

COVID-19 research brief



India research brief: drivers of early marriage



Malawi research brief: qualitative findings







Pakistan: Social norms change infographic





Brief: What’s Sex Got to Do With It?





Exploring the dynamics of child marriage in Pakistan







Pakistan: comparative learning brief series





Exploring protective mechanisms to child marriage in Pakistan



Exploring exceptions to child marriage practices in Pakistan



Strengthening National Adolescent Health Programme in India



Working with and Engaging Communities to End Child Marriage



Innovative Practices: Marriage: No Child’s Play