The MenCare 50:50 Project Men Sharing Care Work Facilitators Guide

This manual provides information about MenCare 50:50 Facilitators, how to structure parenting groups, how to facilitate group sessions, and some useful general tips to use in sessions. This manual has been adapted by Sonke Gender Justice, from Program P originally developed by Promundo, CulturaSalud/ EME, and REDMAS. It has been adapted for the MenCare SA 

August 2015: From religious leaders to health professionals, here’s how we’re promoting involved fatherhood

MenCare’s August newsletter features events and updates from our partners in Albania, Brazil, Bulgaria, Indonesia, Peru, Portugal, Rwanda, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and worldwide. Learn about the launch of new MenCare campaigns, read up on religious leaders and health professionals supporting men’s caregiving, check out innovative initiatives to involve dads for Father’s Day (and “Father’s Month”), and more!

From Vancouver to Pretoria, the State of the World’s Fathers 2019 report calls for men’s full partnership in world’s childcare and domestic work

Promundo, as a co-coordinator of MenCare: A Global Fatherhood Campaign, launched the third State of the World’s Fathers report on June 5 at the Women Deliver 2019 Conference in Vancouver, Canada. The event was co-hosted by Promundo and Unilever, Dove Men+Care, in advance of Father’s Day in many countries around the world. Other international launches, 

Promundo and ABAAD adapt Program P in Beirut to promote men’s caregiving, prevention of violence against women, and early childhood development

In 2017, MenCare global co-coordinator Promundo and Lebanese NGO ABAAD launched a project to adapt and implement Program P – a gender-transformative fatherhood methodology – with Lebanese and Syrian fathers and couples in Beirut, with a special focus on early childhood development (ECD). The project is co-funded by UN Women and by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs through Prevention+. The 

A path to building healthy relationships and happy families in Sri Lanka

Children participate in the Nuwara Eliya Area Program’s MenCare Family Retreat in May 2017. Photo courtesy of World Vision Lanka.

In May 2017, World Vision Lanka’s Nuwara Eliya Area Program in Sri Lanka organized a MenCare Family Retreat – a two-day residential program – for MenCare fathers’ group participants and their families. Men from the community who had completed six sessions based on MenCare’s Program P were invited to participate in the retreat, along with their 

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