June 2019: Launching the State of the World’s Fathers 2019 Report
MenCare’s June 2019 newsletter highlights the just-released State of the World’s Fathers 2019 report. It also shares updates from Botswana, Bulgaria, Canada, the Caribbean, Italy, the Netherlands, Nigeria, and other countries around the world. Learn more about the research, programs, and campaigns our partners are leading to engage men in fatherhood, caregiving, and gender equality worldwide!
On International Day of Happiness, MenCare global co-coordinators Promundo and Sonke Gender Justice and MenCare partner Rutgers launched a new animated video, created through the Prevention+ program, to promote... Continue Reading
SIRP is an NGO based in Nigeria that works with local communities to enhance their ability to make demands for rights and services, especially those under Sustainable Development Goals 3, 4 and 5, which address good health and well-being... Continue Reading
When we reward boys for conforming to an idea of “real men” that means being tough, dominating, and unemotional, there are serious consequences for the well-being of those around them... Continue Reading
It’s hard to believe that next week, you’ll turn two years old. The day you were born seems like yesterday. You were so beautiful and innocent. You were healthy. We knew we were lucky... Continue Reading
Deeds Driven Dads, a responsible fatherhood training and advocacy program in the United States and the Caribbean, is kicking off its third season of innovative fatherhood engagement trainings throughout the Caribbean.... Continue Reading
Väter Aktiv, a MenCare partner in Italy, works to make services and programs more family- and father-friendly, in conjunction with its organizational partners. The organization is committed to creating vibrant father-child relationships... Continue Reading
Girls Not Brides has created an interactive world atlas to provide data on child marriage globally. The tool provides data on the prevalence of child marriage worldwide and commitments that governments have made to address the issue.