Mongabay.com, an environmental news site with more than 2 million followers, quoted Thabit Masoud, CARE Tanzania’s program director of sustainable agriculture and land...
What About Men & Boys?
Preventing Violence Against Women
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Champions of Change
Our efforts include working with men and boys as champions of change, and facilitating debates to challenge gender norms and renegotiate more equitable relationships.
What about men and boys?
CARE fights poverty around the world by empowering girls and women. Girls and women are disproportionately affected by poverty, so fighting poverty effectively requires focus on them. But boys and men are and will always remain central to CARE’s work.
Our community-based efforts to improve education, health and economic opportunity for girls and women don’t just benefit those girls and women. They benefit the boys and men around them – their husbands, sons, brothers and fathers.
Poverty is directly connected to gender inequality. Men and boys in the communities where we work increasingly understand this and are vital partners in our programs to empower girls and women. The communities where men and boys are most actively engaged in our work, real and lasting change is more likely to take hold; change that benefits everyone.
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We’re training men to help bring an end to violence against women.
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We advocate for gender equality in U.S. foreign assistance programs.
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We’re changing the culture of violence and what it means to be a man.
CARE staff talk about why it's critical to engage men and boys to end poverty and reach equality.
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CARE IN THE NEWS
The Huffington Post – Men and Boys Are Key to Empowering Women and Girls
In the news
USAToday.com: Republican lawmakers: Invest in Central American women to ease immigration border crisis
USAToday.com featured CARE’s trip with Republican Reps. Susan Brooks, Ann Wagner and Carol Miller to Guatemala in an op-ed penned by the lawmakers.
Reuters quoted Daw Mohamed, CARE humanitarian director, on the cholera outbreak post Cyclone Kenneth. Since May 2, cholera reports have increased five-fold in Mozambique.
The World Economic Forum extensively mentioned CARE in a powerful story tackling poverty and inequality in developing nations by empowering women.
CNN.com also quoted Zia Choudury in an update on Cyclone Fani. "The worst scenario will see massive destruction of homes, buildings, roads, electric lines, crops and more,”...
The New York Times quoted Zia Choudury, CARE’s country director in Bangladesh about the potential impact of Cyclone Fani on Rohingya refugees. “The densely populated Rohingya...
The Associated Press quoted Hillol Sobhan, CARE Bangladesh communications coordinator, about the threat of Cyclone Fani to more than a million Rohingya refugees.
The Guardian featured Hazera Begum, CARE Bangladesh, who started a school to support and ensure that sex workers’ children stay off the streets. Begum understands the...
ForeignPolicy referenced CARE on the conditions of the South Sudanese people. The South Sudanese government is trying to undermine the peace deal it has committed to through...
FOX News quoted Marc Nosbach, CARE Mozambique country director, about the fear of flooding and mudslides in Mozambique. "Aside from storm damage, the greatest risk will...