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In Bolivia, “Los papás de hoy” photo exhibition showcases involved fatherhood

"Los papás de hoy" winning photo, courtesy of MUSEF.

MenCare partners from across Latin America participated in the launch of “Los papás de hoy” (“The Dads of Today”) photo exhibition at the National Museum of Ethnography and Folklore (MUSEF) in La Paz, Bolivia in January 2018. The exhibition captured the day-to-day moments of modern fatherhood in Bolivia: fathers taking care of their children, playing 

Fatherhood México is promoting fathers’ positive involvement through collaboration and partnership

MenCare partner Fatherhood México is partnering with for-profit and nonprofit groups to raise awareness of the important role that fathers can play in their children’s lives, and of the benefits for families and communities when men are actively, responsibly involved in fatherhood and care. Fatherhood México is currently collaborating with DadBox, a monthly subscription service 

Fatherhood 2.0 Engages Bhutanese, Burmese, and Nepalese Fathers in the United States

In December 2017, MenCare global co-coordinator Promundo and Steering Committee member MenEngage Alliance conducted a training of facilitators on engaging Bhutanese, Burmese, and Nepalese refugee and immigrant fathers in the United States through a new program called Fatherhood 2.0. Fatherhood 2.0 is an adaptation of MenCare’s Program P, which provides concrete strategies to engage men in active fatherhood from prenatal 

First-ever Regional Training Initiative (RTI) works to strengthen capacity, build network of gender justice advocates in Central America

Decades of research and program implementation have shown that meaningful, transformative engagement with men and boys – as fathers, caregivers, and beyond – can have a significant impact on promoting gender equality and preventing violence. However, many of these interventions with men and boys – like those for women and girls – have remained small-scale 

From Sweden to Chile, these photos of men’s caregiving show that fatherhood is changing

La Moneda Cultural Center in Santiago, Chile is presenting the Chilean Dads (“Papás Chilenos,” in Spanish) photo exhibition from October 4 to November 26, 2017, highlighting intimate moments of Chilean fathers caring for their children. The 27 photos that appear in the exhibition were selected from over 400 entries, submitted by fathers and family members