- Increased leadership, skillfulness and self confidence of women and girls;
- Increased knowledge and understanding of human rights and the impact of gender discrimination to reduce human rights violations and abuse
- Increased participation and representation of women in local government, community-based organizations, existing community structures and decision-making processes;
- Educated and capacitated women and girls on the frontlines advocating and campaigning in schools and the community for women’s rights and the elimination of GBV;
- Equipping women and girls to become agents of Social Change in their communities and schools;
- Organized community activities through established Women Community Forums which is a WLM Flagship initiative;
- Increased knowledge and understanding of Democracy, Human Rights and the Constitution to combat low levels of public participation in processes such as voting and other forms of public life;
- Cultivating an engaged and responsible citizenry to hold each other and their elective official accountable.