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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

MenCare+ Brazil organizes workshops with male perpetrators of violence in Rio de Janeiro

As part of the MenCare+ Brazil project, Instituto Noos and Promundo are organizing gender-reflective groups with male perpetrators of violence against intimate partners and women using a responsibility-based approach.

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Interview with Douglas Mendoza

Douglas Mendoza Urrutia has a master’s degree in Public Policy and Social Programs from the Central American University of Nicaragua. He is a regional coordinator of the MenEngage Alliance in Latin America and coordinates the training team at the Puntos de Encuentro Foundation, where he also co-coordinates the MenCare campaign in Nicaragua.

Monday, October 06, 2014

MenCare+ Rwanda partners with over 100 health care providers to get men involved

In August, more than 105 health providers officially became MenCare+ Bandebereho partners as they participated in a workshop organized by MenCare+ Bandebereho and the Rwandan Ministry of Health.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Get Involved! Attend the "State of the World’s Fathers" Advocacy Day

We would like to invite you to join a training session on using "State of the World’s Fathers" for advocacy on November 10 at the MenEngage Global Symposium in Delhi. The training focuses on the "State of the World’s Fathers" report, and uses it as an entry point for country-based advocacy on the MenCare global advocacy goals.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Webinar launch of "A More Equal Future" highlights how MenCare is transforming attitudes and behaviors around child marriage in India

The online launch of "A More Equal Future" highlighted research results on the attitudes and behaviors around child marriage in the Agra region of India, along with how MenCare is equipping group facilitators to address and change behaviors through gender transformative group education.

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