Impact Measurement – GMC’s systematic, scientific and peer-reviewed approach
Collecting timely, relevant and accurate data, on the hundreds of campaigns we run each year, is critical to how we measure our overall effectiveness. Analysing this data informs us on how we need to adjust our strategy to ensure our activities remain both impactful and cost-effective. The data also dictates how we respond effectively to changing circumstances like CV-19.

GMC partners with 60 Decibels – who specialise in the “lean data” approach, and we have also drawn on the expertise of academics developing new models for measuring media impact from the University of Nairobi, Washington University, and the LSE.

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Please explore some of our more recent studies below and contact us for more info on info@globalmediacampaign.org. 

In 2020 more girls were “at risk” of mutilation by FGM, than the entire population of cities such as Paris and Los Angeles

Breaking News: UNFPA confirms; “4 million girls were at risk in 2020” That is more than the entire population of cities such as Los Angeles, Paris, Rome, Berlin and Chicago.…

Continue ReadingIn 2020 more girls were “at risk” of mutilation by FGM, than the entire population of cities such as Paris and Los Angeles

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