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Annual Report 2016

Promundo

In 2016, Promundo continued to gather policy-actionable research on men’s attitudes and practices related to gender equality in 10 new countries around the world, as part of the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES). In Brazil, Promundo began important partnerships with the private sector, including work with the company Eletrobras on promoting racial and…
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Annual Report 2015

Promundo

In 2015 we began a three-year initiative to work with partners, including UN Women, across the Middle East to carry out the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) in four Middle Eastern countries, providing a more nuanced understanding of men and gender equality in the region. Together with the MenCare campaign, which we co-coordinate,…
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Annual Report 2014

Promundo

In 2014, Promundo’s partnerships reached more than 20 countries and involved new sectors, including engaging men as allies in gender equality in agricultural development and in maternal, newborn, and child health, as well as in engaging men as allies in ending child marriage and sexual exploitation, in supporting early childhood development, and in peace and…
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Annual Report 2013

Promundo

In 2013, Promundo collaborated with the World Bank to perform an in-depth analysis of IMAGES data, revealing key findings on predictors of men’s use of violence and promising prevention strategies. With a deeper understanding of what contributes to violence, and importantly, what contributes to caring and nonviolence, Promundo is working across our country offices and…
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Annual Report 2012

Promundo

2012 was marked by the expansion of Promundo’s activities to new contexts and by our growing specialization in the methodologies and research that we have worked on since Promundo was founded. Thanks to the work developed in 2012, the MenCare Global Fatherhood Campaign is taking root in the vulnerable area of tea plantations in the…
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Annual Report 2011

Promundo

In 2011, Promundo worked toward its mission to promote gender equality and prevent violence against women and children. Promundo was recognized as an organization that is making a great impact in the field of preventing violence against women, occupying the seventh position in a ranking of 14 outstanding organizations worldwide. The MenCare Global Fatherhood Campaign, coordinated by Promundo and the…
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Annual Report 2010

Promundo

In 2010, Promundo continued to work toward the promotion of gender equality through workshops and trainings for education and health professionals, campaigns and community mobilization efforts, formation of partnerships and participation in networks, and the development of research and publication of data.

Annual Report 2009

Promundo

The year 2009 was distinguished by two events that highlighted Promundo’s commitment to eliminating inequalities between men and women and between adults and children. From March 30th-April 3rd, we co-hosted the first Global Symposium on Engaging Men and Boys in Gender Equality in collaboration with diverse partner organizations. In December, we co-hosted the National Symposium…
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Annual Report 2007–2008

Promundo

During 2007 – 2008, Promundo made notable progress in the dissemination and replication of its methodologies while receiving both national and international recognition. Three specific advocacy efforts by the instituition and its partners gained national recognition: the launching of a national campaign by president Lula to engage men in the elimination of  violence against women;…
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Annual Report 2006

Promundo

Collaboration with other social actors is one of Promundo’s core characteristics. In 2006, we strengthened our alliances with organizations in Brazil and internationally and extended our activities to countries in the Americas, Asia, and Africa. The alliances and activities were focused on the exchange of experiences and the adaptation of our methodologies to other cultural…
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