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An honor to meet @CMofKarnataka and hear his commitment and energy for health and education. @EngenderHealth is proud to partner with the State of Karnataka on #familyplanning . https://t.co/B3qgzJthb4

Thank you for your leadership, @Shivanand_S_P

Passionate community health workers and #FamilyPlanning users shared stories, hopes, and challenges today - and we took lots of pics together. @EngenderHealth

Wrapped up day two of meetings with @EngenderHealth's India team and our dynamic partners in Delhi. Excellent conversations about mutual commitment to & strategies for #familyplanning, #genderequality, #safeabortion, & more. Next: site visits and meetings in Bangalore!

We are big fans of @WomenDeliver! They have some great job openings right now. Check it out here: https://t.co/7darTCOHM6

We’re growing our MarComms Team! We’re currently hiring for 3 posts:

- Communications Manager - https://t.co/KnlHURIBAe
- Digital Communications Producer - https://t.co/a2RjKtk35e
- Graphic Designer - https://t.co/0VrzUYnnZa

#SRHR #communications #jobs #DC

We are with you! ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻

Happy 2019! Are you passionate about leveraging digital communications to advance #SRHR *and* thinking about a new job in the new year? Then check out this opportunity: https://t.co/a2RjKtk35e #DC #digital #communications #jobs

Thank you for your great service on the board, and for your continued support, @markcha! Together we are making a real difference for people, families, and communities in countries around the world.

And we look forward to more progress for #genderequality in 2019 and beyond!

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Men As Partners®

EngenderHealth’s Men As Partners® (MAP) initiative is designed to address men’s broad reproductive health concerns along with those of their partners. Working in partnership with country-based organizations, the MAP program’s goal is to use evidence-based strategies to increase access to information and services that improve men’s sexual and reproductive health and to promote the constructive role that men can play in HIV and AIDS, maternal health care, and family planning in their families and communities.

Men As Partners: A Program for Supplementing the Training of Life Skills Educators, 2nd Edition, is intended for use in working with men both to address gender norms that put men and their partners at risk for negative reproductive health outcomes. It is also designed to engage men in issues related to gender and reproductive health to prevent HIV infection and gender-based violence. The manual is aimed primarily at MAP master trainers, who train and supervise life skills educators who implement MAP activities with the public, and at MAP life skills educators themselves. It contains a variety of interactive educational activities on such topics as gender and sexuality, male and female sexual health, HIV and AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, relationships, and violence, as well as general resources for facilitators, including tips for improving facilitation skills and sample introductory and icebreaker activities.

Though originally designed for use by MAP educators in South Africa, the manual and the activities have been used successfully by trainers around the world.

View or download this publication (PDF, 1.15 M).

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