Male Engagement Theory of Change and Life Course Approach
Datum: 27-04-2022Tijd: 9AM EDT (Washington DC)Locatie: online
As more male engagement programming is implemented and evaluated, practitioners have identified gaps in the tools needed to support this work. With additional recognition for increased intersectionality across our work, tools that shape programming for the range of male experiences are essential.
Join in for a joint dissemination event on April 27th at 9AM EDT (Washington DC) to learn about two new tools to strengthen your male engagement programming.
This event will describe the foundation and application of two tools—Reflection and Action Tool: Integrating a Life Course Approach in Programming with Boys & Men for Gender Equality from Passages Project and Know, Care, Do: A Theory of Change for Engaging Men and Boys in Family Planning from Breakthrough ACTION—that were designed to better partner with men and boys in ways that appreciate and encourage their individual health and well-being while also respecting and protecting the rights of women and girls and other gender-diverse people.
Note: The webinar will be offered in English with simultaneous interpretation into French and Spanish.
- Jeffrey Edmeades, Senior Demographic and Health Research Analyst, Avenir Health - Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) Program
- Margaret Greene, Founder and Executive Director, GreeneWorks
- Courtney McLarnon, Senior Program Officer, Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University, Passages Project
- Danette Wilkins, Program Officer, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Breakthrough ACTION
- Dominick Shattuck, Director of Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Breakthrough ACTION
More information and registration here