In 32 villages of Bangladesh and 18 sub-districts of Nepal, the Tipping Point Project works with adolescent girls and boys, parents, community and religious leaders, and nationally with networks of social activists, experts, and government agencies. These areas are both geographically and economically isolated from other regions. Both countries have very high rates of child marriage; we are working in particularly vulnerable pockets of each country with specifically high rates of child marriage.


In Bangladesh, we are working in Rangpur, in the northern part of Bangladesh. Most villages in which we work are moderately to highly remote.




In Nepal, we are working in 36 villages in the Kapilvastu and Rupandehi Districts of the Terai region which borders India.