The Two Little Girls campaign was launched in 2008 with the aim of raising awareness of the risks of trafficking amongst young people in Eastern European countries. An external evaluation of the campaign was carried out by M & E Consulting in 2014.
The Two Little Girls (TLG) campaign is focused on the dissemination of a short, animated film based on the experiences of five Albanian women who had been trafficked to the UK. The campaign has been led by a small team in London who identified lead organisations in fourteen Eastern European countries and provided them with support, resources and a small budget to roll out the campaign in each country.
Lead organisations in the fourteen countries delivered a range of activities that varied according to their particular context. However, core activities in all countries included:
screenings of the TLG film
workshops for young people
distribution of the TLG film to other agencies
training sessions and resources for professionals
meetings and conferences to engage other agencies in the campaign
awareness-raising through the media
M & E Consulting were commissioned by the UK TLG team to help them monitor and evaluate the campaign and carry out an external evaluation of the campaign. The evaluation also involved visiting Albania and Lithuania in order to produce in-depth case studies; these can be found at:
The fourteen countries were Albania, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Transnistria (which is an independent territory but is internationally recognised as part of Moldova) and Ukraine.