This report explores how young people perceive problems of violence in the Brazilian cities of Rio de Janeiro, Recife, Ceilândia and Chapecó.
This report presents the results from the impact evaluation study of Program H with 780 young men (ages 14-25 years) from three low-income areas in Rio de Janeiro.
This report offers an overview of early childhood in Brazil, focusing on examples of good practices and obstacles in taking them to scale.
This report presents the overview from a seminar hosted by Promundo and ICRW to examine the current state of work with men and boys in the field of health care, especially reproductive and sexual health.
This report presents a review of evaluated interventions from around the world that have engaged men and boys in the promotion of health and gender equity.
This guide serves to reinforce the benefits of working with young men and provides conceptual and practical information on how to design, implement and evaluate HIV prevention activities which incorporate a gender perspective and engage young men and relevant stakeholders.
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…continue reading
This paper addresses two crucial issues in the health and development of adolescents – firstly, what sources of social support are available to them in their communities; and secondly, within the possible sources of support available to them, whom do they turn to for support and why.
In Brazil there are 23,141,413 children under 6 years old. This paper addresses issues relating to early childhood in Brazil, the laws that protect and promote the children’s rights in this age group and the situation in which this part of the population is in different contexts – for example, with respect to education and…continue reading
Once Upon a Boy is a no-words cartoon video that tells the story of a boy and his experiences growing up, including peer pressure, his first sexual relationship, his first job, and becoming a father. The video is designed to engage young men, educators, and health professionals in critical reflections about rigid models of masculinities…continue reading