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JOINT VENTURE

Ellen Wratten Deputy Managing Director, Girl Hub Asia Development Bank 11 OCTOBER 2011
The views expressed in this paper are the views of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), or its Board of Governors, or the governments they represent. ADB does not guarantee the accuracy of the data in this paper and accepts no responsibility for any consequence of their use. The countries listed in this paper do not implay any view on ADB's part as to sovereignty or independent status or necessarily conform to ADB's terminology.

GIRL HUB

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MOVING INDICATORS TOGETHER


NIKE FOUNDATION DELIVERS:
INNOVATION. CREATIVITY. GIRL EXPERTISE. COMMUNICATIONS.
CONNECT WITH + LEARN FROM GIRLS
INSPIRES + CATALYSES BEHAVIOUR CHANGE THROUGH COMMS

CO DESIGN SCALE SOLUTIONS

CONVENE + EQUIP INNOVATORS + INFUENCERS

SHARE GIRLS SUCCESS WITH THE WORLD

INCREASE AGE + SUCCESS OF 1ST BIRTH

DIRECT ASSETS FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN

GET GIRLS THROUGH 2NDARY SCHOOL

REDUCE VIOLENCE AGAINST GIRLS + WOMEN

INFLUENCE THE INFLUENCERS

KNOWLEDGE + CREDIBILITY

EVIDENCE + DATA

FUNDING @ SCALE

SCALE OPERATIONS

DFID DELIVERS:
REACH. INFLUENCE. EVIDENCE. CREDIBILITY. RESOURCES TO SCALE.

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ASIA DATA SUMMARY


Pakistan 22% girls married by age 15; median age of first birth = 17; 77% births by females age 15-24 NOT attended by a health care professional 41% of married girls age 15-18 are illiterate; 12% girls complete secondary school (ever married girls); 38% (never married girls) 63% girls under 5 without birth certificate India median age of marriage = 16; median age of first birth = 17; 49% births by female age 15-24 NOT attended by a health care professional 19% girls complete secondary school 45% girls age 15-19 feel that wife beating is justified 56% girls age 15-19 are anaemic 53% are girls under 5 are without birth certificate Nepal median age of marriage = 16; median age of first birth = 17; 21% births by females age 15-24 NOT attended by a health care professional 16% girls complete secondary school 72% not paid who worked in last 12 months (girls age 15-19) 65% under 5 without birth certificate

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VISION FOR THE GIRL HUB JOINT VENTURE


Unleashing the girl effect at scale

1+1 = MOVING THE WORLD

GLOBAL SYSTEMS

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GIRL HUB IS

A JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN NIKE FOUNDATION + DFID

GIRL HUB IS A CATALYST TO COMBUST REAL CHANGE AT SCALE WITH AND FOR GIRLS.

NIKE FOUNDATION +

DFID

GIRL HUBS MISSION IS TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF INTERGENERATIONAL POVERTY BY: 1. ENABLING MILLIONS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS TO DEMAND CHANGE AND 2. CATALYSING THE WORLD AROUND THEM TO RESPOND.
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LOGFRAME REVISED

JOINT VENTURE = JOINT CONTRIBUTION, ACTION AND ACCOUNTABILITY

NF + DFID

LOGFRAME OWNERS: NIKE FOUNDATION + DFID + GIRL HUB


SUPERGOAL: Break the cycle of intergenerational poverty. GOAL: Improved condition of adolescent girls. PURPOSE: Progressive improvement in adolescent girls position in society achieved.

INSPIRE CHANGE MOVE SYSTEMS

OUTPUT 1: Game changing communications activated to inspire perception and behaviour change in girls and society. OUTPUT 2: Global systems inspired and activated to deliver effectively for girls.

OUTPUT 3: Local, national and global partners deliver scale and strategic/innovative investments in programmes and policies that deliver results for adolescent girls. OUTPUT 4: Research and girl-centered participatory M&E generate real-time, robust evidence and insight that gets used by communications, systems, investments and policies.
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DELIVER AT SCALE

GET THE EVIDENCE

SCORECARD: CURRENT DELIVERABLES


GIRL HUB COUNTRIES
INITIATIVES LOGFRAME OUTPUT LEAD STATUS

ETHIOPIA
Where scale investment meets scale need.

End child marriage: program in Amhara reaches 200,000 girls by 2014; link to global Elders campaign 77,300 15-19 year old girls in poverty (5% of total) access economic opportunities in agriculture-yielding at least 41m to the economy by 2014 Game changing social communications (radio) reach 15.5m by 2014 274,000 girls in Girl Clubs by 2014

2+3 2+3 1 3 3 3 1 4 3
2 2 3

GH ETHIOPIA DIRECTOR GH ETHIOPIA DIRECTOR GH ETHIOPIA DIRECTOR GH ETHIOPIA DIRECTOR GH RWANDA DIRECTOR GH RWANDA DIRECTOR GH RWANDA DIRECTOR GH RWANDA DIRECTOR GH RWANDA DIRECTOR
GH RWANDA DIRECTOR GH NIGERIA DIRECTOR GH NIGERIA DIRECTOR

RWANDA
Innovation lab demonstrates the potential of working at national scale.

12+ reproductive health program reaches 150,000 girls by 2015 200,000 girls receive financial, health and social assets though safe spaces by 2016 Ni Nyampinga magazine inspires 1.2m girls; creates girl champions by end 2012 SenseMaker redefines M&E (pilot by Dec 2011) Model for delivering at scale shared with East Africa Community (preventing inter-generational poverty for 3m girls by 2030) Rwanda Adolescent Health Policy influenced by girls voice via GH + Imbuto Foundation + MoH Road Show

NIGERIA
Social comms and safe spaces shift hardest to hit MDGs.

Network of traditional and faith leaders advocate against child marriage 100,000 safe spaces for girls across DFIDs programs by 2014 Major cash transfer partnership for girls secondary education Nigeria mobile banking technology promote girl savings Game changing social communications reach 20m by 2014

3 3 1 1+2+3+4 3 3 1+2+3+4 1+2+3+4 1+2+3+4 3

GH NIGERIA DIRECTOR GH NIGERIA DIRECTOR GH NIGERIA DIRECTOR GLOBAL INITIATIVES GM GLOBAL INITIATIVES GM GLOBAL INITIATIVES GM GLOBAL INITIATIVES GM GLOBAL INITIATIVES GM GLOBAL INITIATIVES GM GLOBAL INITIATIVES GM

KENYA
The urban model: Technology and safe spaces transform girls opportunities in Nairobi.

Alternative Girl Hub model, leveraging consortium of pvt, gov + ngo partners, setup in 2012 Nairobi safe spaces for 50,000 girls created by 2014 3 private sector technology partnerships deliver scale solutions by 2014 Strategic objective for Girl Hub involvement in India defined by 2012 Funding secured by 2013 Girl Hub opened in 2013 2 private sector partnerships deliver scale solutions by 2014
MILESTONES ON TRACK MILESTONES AT RISK MILESTONES FAILURE

INDIA
TBD

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SCORECARD: MOVING THE MIDDLE


NON GIRL HUB COUNTRIES
INITIATIVES Utilize girl expert networks to provide advisory services on girl focused programs (without taking over DFIDs technical advisory roles, we support them with deep specialists). Roadmap developed and shared for implementing girls work (Girl Led Research and Learning Journeys) in 2012 Girl Effect communications guides developed and shared in 2012 (e.g. Pakistan Girls Ed. Comms) Best practices and GH focal country work shared in 2012 (internal comms strategy clarifies how DFID staff can engage with the JV) LOGFRAME OUTPUT 2 3 1 4 DFID LEAD JV COLLABORATIVE TEAM JV COLLABORATIVE TEAM JV COLLABORATIVE TEAM JV COLLABORATIVE TEAM NF LEAD GIRL HUB TECH DIR GLOBAL COMMS DIR GLOBAL COMMS DIR GIRL HUB TECH DIR STATUS

GLOBAL
INITIATIVES INSPIRE CHANGE MOVE SYSTEMS
Communications Grids co-created to align both organizations, inspire wider commitment, and leverage resources at scale (globally and in focal countries, as well as internally and externally) Internal communications opportunities leveraged Plan devised to leverage DFIDs influence in global systems at the national and international levels (e.g. WB) Policy dialogue and influence with key decision makers in all countries Develop and implement model for girl friendly response during and after humanitarian crises (USAID) Build girl capacity in global systems (Girl Effect University)

LOGFRAME OUTPUT
1+2 1+2 2 2 2+4 2+4 2 2+4 2+4 2+4 2+4 2+4 2+4 2+4

DFID LEAD
DIRECTOR COMMS DIRECTOR COMMS DIRECTOR INTERNATIONAL GEO. DIRECTORS HEAD CHASE JV SENIOR ADVISORY TEAM JV SENIOR ADVISORY TEAM

NF LEAD
GLOBAL COMMS DIR GLOBAL COMMS DIR GLOBAL INITIATIVES MD GLOBAL INITIATIVES MD GIRL HUB DMD GIRL HUB DMD GIRL HUB DMD GIRL HUB DMD

STATUS

DELIVER AT SCALE

Directors and Senior Managers demonstrate personal commitment to development driven by girls insight GH participating in major innovation programs e.g. Girls Education Challenge Direct Assets to Girls Incubator co-created and opportunities and support provided for scale implementation Scale opportunities are shared and supported Funding principles for GH innovation developed to enable fast and flexible response

DG POLICY INTERNATIONAL JV TEAM DG POLICY AND EVIDENCE CHIEF STATISTICIAN CHIEF STATISTICIAN DIRECTOR RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE

GIRL HUB TECH DIR GIRL HUB TECH DIR GIRL HUB TECH DIR GIRL HUB DMD GIRL HUB DMD GIRL HUB DMD

GET THE EVIDENCE

Age & Sex disaggregated data monitored across all DFID programs Influencing strategy implemented in global statistics Multi-country longitudinal research commissioned to provide evidence for girl contribution to moving poverty indicators

MILESTONES ON TRACK

MILESTONES AT RISK

MILESTONES FAILURE

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HOLD EACH OTHER ACCOUNTABLE


GOVERNANCE
DFID COUNTRY HEAD DFID COUNTRY TEAM GIRL HUB COUNTRY DIRECTOR GIRL HUB COUNTRY TEAM

PURPOSE
Meets monthly and: Identifies opportunities, share resources, and problem solve. Shares insight, evidence, & learning, innovation, and results Transmits this across and beyond DFID/NF Co-review of DFID and multilateral programmes Discusses and feeds information into Annual Review

JOINT VENTURE COLLABORATIVE TEAM


NIKE FOUNDATION
Head Governance & Fragile States Department (Co-Chair) Gender Team Leader Pillar Leads (X4) Communications Lead Advisor Research Lead Advisor Girl Hub Deputy Managing Director (CoChair) Global Initiatives GM Creative Development GM Knowledge & Innovation Director Strategic Planning MGR Girl Hub Technical Director Nike Foundation Communications MGR

PURPOSE
Meets 3 monthly and: Shares insight, evidence, & learning, innovation, and results Communicates across and beyond DFID/NF Reviews progress at working level Strategizes on how to align DFID/NF to improve impact of JV Recommendations sent to Senior Advisory Group Contributes to Annual Review

DFID

JOINT VENTURE SENIOR ADVISORY TEAM


DG Country Programs (Co-Chair) Director East & Central Africa Director International Director Research Director Policy Chief Economist Chief Statistician HoP Social Development Head Governance & Fragile States Department Gender Team Leader

PURPOSE
Meets 6 monthly and: Sets big vision thinking and strategic challenges Reviews programs at high level Annual country visits are prioritized Unblocks barriers & unlocks resources (people, $, political capital) Communicates across DFID/NF what needs to happen Holds everyone accountable Contributes to Annual Review Final accountability for delivery of logframe rests on this body

DFID MANAGEMENT BOARD

NIKE FOUNDATION

Nike Foundation President (Co-Chair) Nike Foundation MD Global Initiatives GM Girl Hub Deputy Managing Director

DFID

NF+GH TRUSTEES

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RESOURCE ALIGNMENT
NIKE FOUNDATION ORGANIZATION [NF reorganization] INVESTMENTS [Portfolio alignment] COMMUNICATIONS [NF brand + global comms plan] PARTNERSHIPS [WB + private sector] DFID ORGANIZATION [people + time]

GIRL HUB
1+1 = Moving the World

INVESTMENTS [Programmes + research] COMMUNICATIONS [Ministerial level plan] PARTNERSHIPS [WB + national govts]

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90 DAY PLAN
COLLABORATIVE TEAM MEETING INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS PLAN MEETING (DFID/NF STRAT COMMS DIR) GIRL HUB ENERGY EVENT (LONDON) ANNUAL REVIEW OF GIRL HUB COLLABORATIVE TEAM MEETING

OCT 11
JOINT VENTURE PROPOSAL (6/10/11)

NOV 11

DEC 11

JAN12

INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS DEVELOPED & IMPLEMENTED


REVIEW & UPDATE LOGFRAME INDICATORS

SENIOR ADVISORY TEAM MEETING

GIRL HUB EVENT (ETHIOPIA)

FORMALIZE JV ARCHITECTURE (AN OPTIMIZED PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MODEL) 1. Formalize joint logframe indicators 2. Governance structures and membershipJoy and Maria to confirm names, dates of meetings and collaborate on the agenda 3. JV systems alignmentunified funding systems, people plan (NF reorg + DFID JV secondee plan pitch) INITIATIVE DELIVERY (Nike Foundation co-leads to be confirmed following reorg) 1. Country plans and ongoing initiatives 2. Direct assets incubator (Michael Anderson & Andrea Ledward) 3. World Bank Partnership (Michael Anderson, Suzanna Moorhead, Paul Healey, Ros Ebdon) 4. Sex and age disaggregation (Deborah Heenan) 5. Research on adolescent girls (Chris Whitty & Liz Fabjer) 6. Humanitarian approach to girls in conflict (Chris Austin & Jennie Richmond)

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