Together: Addressing the Gender Dimensions of Migration and Health

An advocacy case study – tracing change

This case study provides a detailed account of the pathway to achieving two key outcomes in the “Together: Addressing the Gender Dimensions of Migration and Health” project implemented by Sonke Gender Justice in collaboration with their civil society partners. The overall aim of the project was to assess and address the gendered vulnerabilities associated with migration in Southern Africa in order to reduce migrant risk of ill-health, discrimination and gender-based violence. The case study is based on an adapted process tracing design, which shortlists a series of evidenced explanations or hypotheses for an outcome and analyses the evidence available to support or disprove the explanations.