The 2017 State of the World's Fathers: Time for Action report lays out a bold agenda for men and boys doing fully 50 percent of the world’s unpaid care work.
State of the World’s Fathers is the world’s first report to provide a global view of men’s contributions to parenting and caregiving.
This report provides an overview of the state of fatherhood in South Africa and an advocacy tool for those seeking to influence policies regarding men's equitable, nonviolent caregiving.
This case study highlights the MenCare+ program in Rwanda and results from a randomized control trial.
The ZERO TO THREE Journal features an overview of evidence and lessons learned from the MenCare campaign, including recommendations for achieving the goal of equality in care work.
Gender-transformative Bandebereho couples’ intervention to promote male engagement in reproductive and maternal health and violence prevention in Rwanda
Results from a randomized controlled trial reveal powerful impacts of gender-transformative programming on health and violence in Rwanda.
This report shares critical insights from the MenCare Global Meeting 2017 in Belgrade, Serbia.
The Prio Baba campaign published the accounts of the eight fathers in a photo book in Bengali titled Prio Babader Golpo (“Stories of Dear Fathers,” in English).
State of the World's Fathers: Time for Action outlines a bold agenda for men and boys doing 50 percent of the world’s unpaid care work.
The Executive Summary presents an overview of research about men’s engagement in caregiving in the region.
State of the World’s Fathers: Latin America and the Caribbean presents research about men’s engagement in issues related to fatherhood and caregiving.
This report presents the state of fatherhood in Russia, filling the gap in research on men’s engagement in care work and on the key role of fathers in gender equality.
This English report summarizes the study carried out among a Dutch fathers, obtaining insight into fathers’ involvement in caregiving.
World Vision's poster shows improved child care practices and nutrition through MenCare's fatherhood Program in Sri Lanka.