Find out about the National Lottery Community Fund’s Women and Girls’ Initiative (WGI).
As part of the Learning and Impact Services that the Tavistock of Human Relations (TIHR) is providing, with partners DMSS and CWASU, to projects funded through the Fund’s WGI, a short report has been published, which provides a description of:
What the WGI comprises
What the Fund hoped to achieve through the WGI
Who it has supported and why
A summary of early achievements and challenges
Upcoming public outputs and where to find them
Throughout the document are short case studies that describe a small number of the projects funded through the WGI, what they hoped to achieve and some of their early successes. It is intended as a starting point from which outcomes, achievements and learning generated through WGI, can be better understood.
The report follows on from the blog written by Liz Kelly, and it is the second public output delivered as part of our work with the 62 funded projects. Look out for more outputs that will be published during 2019. The next one due to be released is an evidence briefing about why Women’s Centres work well in helping to meet the needs of women in their communities.
Download: Descriptor Report