Achievements January 2011 to June 2012 and Future Perspectives At the core of much of the intervention work are MenEngage educational workshops. These are an established method, tailored to each individual circumstance, for working with groups in communities to review and question their own gender-related cultural norms, and to encourage men to develop more positive masculine behaviours.
Rwanda Men’s Resource Centre Annual Report 2012-2013 This report sets out the achievements of RWAMREC (Rwanda Men’s Resource Centre) in the financial year 2012-2013 (July 2012 to June 2013), and its position at the end of the year. RWAMREC was founded in October 2006 by nine positively-minded men, who were prompted to act after shocking reports of rape and gender-based violence in Rwanda.
This report presents RWAMREC’s achievements for the year that runs from July 2013 to June 2014. Its main sections set out what RWAMREC has been able to achieve against its 5 organizational objectives. The last section gives RWAMREC’s outlook for the next year.
RWAMREC was initially conceived as an exclusively men’s organization striving to reach out to other men in order to promote gender equality through promotion of positive masculinities and male engagement approaches in development programs in Rwanda. Read More