Women Win has developed a theory of change that focuses on leadership and serves as a foundation for all our programmes and activities. Women Win defines leadership as the ability of a girl or young woman to exercise her rights and drive change.
We frame the changes in leadership based on a framework called B.A.C.K.S., which stands for Behaviour, Attitude, Condition, Knowledge, and Status. A foundational assumption of our definition is that leadership is a set of skills, behaviours, and attitudes that can be learned, practised, and refined through experience, mentorship, and education.
For more information on measuring impact, particularly the leadership of adolescent girls and young women in sport programmes, explore the Impact section of the International Guideline to Designing Sport Programmes for Girls.