Working with men and boys in understanding the links between social constructions of masculinities and men’s use of violence.
Engaging husbands, fathers, brothers and sons to take part in child care, household tasks and other unpaid care work.
Working with faith-based organizations (FBOs) and leaders on topics related to sexual and reproductive health rights and services.
Using gender-transformative approaches to prevent prenatal sex selection, child marriage, bride kidnapping and other forms of harmful practices.
Peer-education to challenge men on the acceptability of gender-based violence.
Focus on the technical assistance in using evidence-informed methodologies on working with men and women in post-conflict situations from a gender-transformative perspective both in prevention and remediation.