The inaugural State of the World’s Fathers, a landmark analysis of fatherhood, launched in 2015, inspiring advocacy and action with MenCare partners in over 40 countries. Now, it's time for action.
Hear from children how paid, equal, non-transferable leave for all parents can benefit us all in "It's About Time: The Case for Parental Leave."
Watch this two-minute animation to learn how you can start reimagining a world free from gender-based violence, using lessons from the MenCare+ program.
Marcio narrates the importance of men's involvement in the lives of their children and families, even if it goes against traditional expectations.
Landuwari journeys to an understanding that sharing the work at home, supporting women's economic empowerment, and girls' education benefits the entire family.
MenCare Bulgaria's film "Тo be a Dad" is part of its award-winning campaign supporting positive parenthood and active fatherhood.
Produced alongside the first-ever State of the World’s Fathers report, "Being a Father" asks fathers, mothers, and children from around the world: "What does fatherhood mean to you?"
Watch this to find out how MenCare is inspiring men around the world -to become more involved fathers and partners.
In Brazil, Marcio narrates the importance of supporting men’s involvement in the lives of their families, even if it goes against traditional expectations.
Fatherhood is a gift to children, but it's also a gift to dads. In Khayelitsha, Themba inspires his younger brother, Andrew, who is about to become a father.
Steven explores his role as the primary caregiver to his boys, while his wife works abroad to support their family.
This story from Rwanda shows a husband and father's journey to understanding that when men engage as equal partners and caregivers, it benefits women, children, and men themselves.
In Nicaragua, Carlos speaks out about young men's and boys' experiences with sexual exploitation and abuse.
A new Spanish-language animation from our MenCare partners in Latin America invites dads to get more actively involved in caring for their children.