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Video - Violence is preventable - what works?

Watch our latest film capturing the results from the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women & Girls Global Programme, funded by UK Aid, which has been investing in primary prevention efforts across Africa and Asia for the last six years, efforts that seek to understand and address the underlying causes of violence, effective interventions to prevent it and evidence on the costs of VAWG. Results from 13 countries in Africa and Asia on what works (and doesn’t) to prevent violence have shown that violence against women and girls IS preventable.

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Bandebereho
Documentary film about achievements of the MenCare+ Bandebereho project
Habinshuti umukozi wa RWAMREC arasobanura Gender icyo ari cyo
Habinshuti umukozi wa RWAMREC arasobanura Gender icyo ari cyo
Testimony of a father of twins from Nyaruguru
He attended Bandebereho fathers education groups and shared testimonies during the campaign activities in Nyaruguru
Documentary film of RWAMREC partnership with UNTF
Documentary film of RWAMREC partnership with UNTF
Why Men Matter to Improve Maternal and Newborn Health: A Global Conversation
Girls’ Globe, Promundo, MenCare and Men Engage invite you to join the conversation on the important role men have to accelerate progress for women’s and children’s health. Join this Google+ Hangout as we mark that there are 500 days left to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. 
1. Ruti Levtov, MenCare Global Co-Coordinator; Program Officer, Promundo-US
2. Oswaldo Montoya, MenEngage Global Coordinator
3. Shamsi Kazimbaya, National MenCare+ Project Coordinator, Rwanda Men’s Resource Center (RWAMREC) 
4. Siska Dewi Noya (Chika), Program Manager for Gender-Based Violence, Rutgers WPF Indonesia; MenCare+ Indonesia Partner
Moderator: Julia Wiklander, Founder of Girls’ Globe 
Promundo: Promundo works to promote caring, non-violent and equitable masculinities and gender relations internationally. Founded in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1997, Promundo’s independently registered organizations in the United States, Brazil and Portugal, and its representatives in Rwanda and Burundi, collaborate to achieve this mission by conducting applied research to build the knowledge base on masculinities and gender equality; developing, evaluating and scaling-up gender transformative interventions and programs; and carrying out national and international advocacy to achieve gender equality and social justice. www.promundo.org.br
MenCare: MenCare is a global fatherhood campaign that promotes men’s involvement as equitable, non-violent fathers and caregivers in order to achieve family well-being and gender equality. The campaign is now active in over 25 countries and on five continents. MenCare+ is a three-year, four-country initiative to engage men, ages 15 to 35, as caregiving partners in maternal and child health, and sexual and reproductive health and rights. www.men-care.org
MenEngage: MenEngage is a global alliance of more than 400 NGOs with approximately 35 active country networks in the Global South and the North, who work in collaboration with numerous international NGOs and UN partners to reduce gender inequalities and to promote the health and well-being of women, men and children, including ending all forms of gender-based violence. www.menengage.org
Girls’ Globe: Girls’ Globe is a global network of bloggers (young women) and organizations working to strengthen the health and rights of women and girls around the world. www.girlsglobe.org
Masculine and Feminine Gender
This animation teaches the learner to define and identify the masculine and feminine gender form of nouns.
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Documentary film about achievements of the MenCare+ Bandebereho project.

RWAMREC TV show 07 Feb 2015 : Ikiganiro RWAMREC yatanze kuri TV1.

Documentary film of RWAMREC partnership with UNTF

At the MenCare Global Meeting in Cape Town, South Africa, we asked our partners, "What does MenCare mean to you?"

This video highlights key moments of the training that RWAMREC held in Rulindo in the year 2014.

RWAMREC on Rwanda Television: Workshop on validation of the report of the research on masculinity and gender based violence.

RWAMREC with partners at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation presenting its achievements via the MenCare+ Bandebereho project.

This video highlights the key moments of the breakfast with the media event that MenCare+ Bandebereho project hosted at Landstar Hotel in Kigali, December 2013. MenCare+ Bandebereho is implemented by RWAMREC

Overview of the Boys 4 change project.

Students of Groupe Scolaire Runyombyi 2 received a visit of the Regional Director of PLAN. As part of the ceremonies, the students performed this role play in English so that interpretation wont be necessary.

He attended Bandebereho fathers education groups and shared testimonies during the campaign activities in Nyaruguru.

Young students performing at a campaign show at Twimpala.

Training of Trainers in engaging men in Gender Based Violence Prevention.

Abatangamuco- Burundi. Testimony’s Family of Imede Ntaconzobatungana and Protais Barandagiye.

Laura Bates, Founder of Everyday Sexism Project asks experts from the UK, Rwanda and Bosnia what happens when the trauma of war moves from the front line to the family, exploring how to work with men and boys to combat the cycle of violence when war ends.

Why Men Matter to Improve Maternal and Newborn Health: A Global Conversation.

"RWAMREC came at time" A song of some of families in Rongi Sector-MUHANGA District during the Journey of Transformation.