The survival and development of the girl child was a central focus area of CFARs work in Rajasthan from 2005 to 2015. During this period CFAR worked on raising consciousness on the issue of declining child sex ratio among a range of stakeholders – NGOs, government functionaries and Panchayats, by motivating them to act decisively and concertedly to address the issue. Three projects were implemented by CFAR between 2005-2015: (i) Pre-conception and Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques Act: Strengthening Implementation in Rajasthan;( 2005-2009) (ii)Strengthening Implementation of Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques Act (PCPNDT)( 2009-2012) and (iii) Strengthening Panchayat-led Governance on Rights of Girls and Women (2012-15).The projects were built on learning’s of every phase of work and focussed on effective implementation of the PCPNDT Act as well ensuring that the issue of the sex-determination and sex selection finds prominent place in policy and implementation. It also addressed the larger social determinants creating and affecting the demand for sex determination tests and impacting sex ratio while continuing advocacy on supply reduction issues. Many issues like Audit of Form-F, Developing learning sites, enabling Pro girl child Resolutions in Panchayats and addressing issue of violence against women were successfully taken up during the course of the interventions. This note presents a brief overview of the processes, strategies and the impact of activities undertaken during the different phases of the projects.