FTS was founded in 2000, and is today considered a leader and pioneer in the modern abolitionist movement. Currently working in the DRC, Ghana, Haiti, India, Nepal, and Senegal, FTS strengthens the capacity of grassroots organizations, government agencies, advocacy coalitions, and the media to take action. FTS also supports vulnerable communities through education, mobilization, and increasing access to education, vocational training, and essential services. The organization works towards rescuing those in slavery and help them rejoin their families and communities. The Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation (MLE) department at FTS evaluates changes in the organizational strength of front-line partners, tracks the ability of communities to confront traffickers and overcome slavery over time, and cultivates a reduction in slavery in the communities served. The MLE department uses a variety of data collection tools to track progress on a series of standard indicators developed to assess the organization’s work globally. FTS has, however, found it challenging to adequately capture the progress made from its advocacy initiatives. With advocacy being an important component of FTS’ work, it is essential for the organization to properly assess how it is implementing various advocacy activities, and what are the results of such actions. To help with this challenge, FTS is asking the Capstone team to research and develop a system or tool(s) to evaluate the organization’s progress from its advocacy in all the countries where they work.