“Caregiving to help children blossom”: MenCare Bulgaria launches new guidebook for parents on caregiving

MenCare partner Association Roditeli recently launched a guidebook for Bulgarian parents, entitled Caregiving to help children blossom, as part of MenCare Bulgaria’s “Being a Dad” campaign. The guidebook is based on a publication for social workers, Guidelines for Secure Family Environment, created by the For Our Children Foundation. For Our Children has received praise from 

MenCare partners celebrate Gender Week in Georgia with a focus on involved fatherhood

On March 2, 2017, partners and supporters of the MenCare campaign in Tbilisi held an event to celebrate Georgia’s Gender Week and to reinforce men’s support for achieving gender equality. Gender Week, led by the United Nations in Georgia, in cooperation with the Government, Parliament, civil society, private sector and international partners, celebrates the progress 

MenCare Georgia celebrates Gender Week

Kakha Kintsurashvili with son

On March 2, at the Radison Blu Iveria Hotel, members and supporters of the MenCare Georgia Campaign celebrated Gender Week in Georgia, which aims to reinforce men’s support to achieving gender equality. Activists of the MenCare Campaign, who strongly believe that gender equality is  

MenCare Bulgaria hosts “Being a Dad” conference to engage fathers in education and social work

On December 1, 2016, partners of Bulgaria’s national “Being A Dad” campaign, including Association Roditeli, organized the “Being A Dad” conference in Sofia, Bulgaria with more than 90 participants. The goal of the conference was to share experiences of partners from across the country and to form recommendations for Bulgarian kindergartens, schools, and organizations that 

MenCare partners launch adaptation of Program P for Bolivia

Program P – Bolivia

In December 2016, MenCare partners launched Program P Bolivia, an adaptation of MenCare’s Program P methodology, specific to the context of El Alto, Bolivia. Program P, named for “padre” in Spanish and “pai” in Portuguese, meaning “father,” provides concrete strategies and activities to engage men in active fatherhood from their partners’ pregnancies through their children’s