Theory of Change & Outcomes

Women and girls face violence, discrimination, and exclusion because of the choices they make around their bodies and sexuality. They do not have the freedom, the power, and the support to demand their sexual and human rights.



CREA believes that building the self-confidence, leadership, and knowledge of women and girls about their sexuality and human rights, and creating feminist platforms to challenge oppressive norms and power structures, will enable women and girls to make their own decisions, exert control over their bodies, and demand their rights.



  • Women and girls at the community level.
  • Organisations that work on gender, women’s rights, sexual rights, violence against women, disability rights, sex workers rights, HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), and LGBT rights.
  • Practitioners and activists that work on human rights, gender, sexuality, and development at the local, regional, national, and global levels.
  • Policymakers, government delegations, and special rapporteurs at the United Nations Human Rights Council, focusing on violence against women, torture, sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI), young people, health, human rights defenders, maternal mortality, and HIV/AIDS.
  • Donors interested in supporting the advance of women's rights and the sexual rights and freedoms of all people in the global South.