This report provides a summary of key findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) in Mali.
Steven explores his role as the primary caregiver to his boys, while his wife works abroad to support their family. Created by Nathan Golon.
The benefits of women’s economic empowerment are well-known and documented in the development literature. Few studies and interventions, however, have explored how men react or can be engaged to enhance such interventions. This article presents an evaluation of a pilot project in Rwanda in collaboration with CARE Rwanda’s Village Savings and Loan (VSL) programme that…continue reading
In this January edition of Promundo News, we provide an overview of the activities conducted by Promundo at the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013. We also present the main findings of the IMAGES study (International Men and Gender Equality Survey), developed in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2012, which reveal alarming data…continue reading
Program P (“P” for”padre” in Spanish and “pai” in Portuguese, meaning “father”) provides concrete strategies for engaging men in active caregiving from their partner’s pregnancy through their child’s early years. It identifies best practices on engaging men in maternal and child health, caregiving, and preventing violence against women and children. The manual was developed for use…continue reading
This review explores the evidence base on the role of men and boys in advancing women’s agency. It examines the literature on gender norms and their influence on attitudes and behaviors, including men’s use of violence against women, and explores the benefits of gender equality and women’s agency for men. It presents results from the…continue reading
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…continue reading
This toolkit presents the short version of the approach contained in Programs H and M. It seeks to make the model accessible so that an increasing number of teachers, facilitators, youth workers, coaches, and health workers have the means to become gender equality activists – engaging young people to achieve lives free of inequalities, discrimination,…continue reading
This briefing prepared in collaboration by MenEngage, Promundo, Rutgers WPF, and MenCare+ explores how programs for men who have used IPV can be part of comprehensive approaches to ending IPV but that they must be implemented with considerable caution. It reviews the literature on approaches and common program components; summarizes the emerging evidence, including evaluation…continue reading
This report describes the development of the Gender-Equitable Men (GEM) scale and the process of country-specific adaptation. It also highlights its relevance as a tool to measure gender inequity. The GEM scale was developed by Population Council/Horizons and Promundo to directly measure attitudes towards gender norms.