The most important insight we gained was about the relative effectiveness of approaches. The SR shows that we’re achieving some goals, such as resource empowerment, much better than others, such as changing norms or curbing gender-based violence. I think in international development, we often assume having effective answers, even when the evidence doesn’t support them or isn’t there. Many measures for changing norms, for example, are not that effective, or at least we don’t have the rigorous evidence indicating effectiveness. We should rather focus on the goals and approaches that we’re sure have traction, and work to improve other approaches so that we can effectively achieve our gender equality goals, as recently outlined in the feminist development policy.