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Uganda’s anti-homosexuality bill could spark a new wave of violence against the LGBTQI+ community and set the country back

MenEngage Africa is disappointed by the disgraceful behaviour by some Kenyan legislators

MenEngage Africa strongly condemns the killing of human rights defender Advocate Thulani Maseko

MenEngage Swaziland at the Standard Bank Blue Table

MenEngage Nigeria participants at the Do-No-Harm Conference, which was held in Abuja on November 28–29, 2022

Ontlametse Raleru attends a meeting in Dutch Parliament on Youth Participation and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR)

Uganda is transforming perspectives through exchange learnings

The MenEngage Madagascar network hosted a Youth Symposium with 157 young people from the Menabe region


A social worker now a proud proponent of Gender Transformative Approaches (GTA)


Tackling harmful norms and practices through Gender Transformative Approaches Training in Uganda


Replication of the MATI Training: Feminist Transformative Leadership for social and Structural Drivers


MenEngage Rwanda hosts an intergenerational dialogue on the role of young men and boys in advancing and advocating for women’s and girls’ rights

“Voices, choices, and dignity for youth” Giving Young people power and voice to make informed choices about their sexual, reproductive health rights and to live dignified and fulfilling lives


Linking policy and implementation for gender equality

Sierra Leone

MenEngage Africa urges Sierra Leone’s government to prohibit all forms of female genital mutilation (FGM) and to adopt a national strategy to stop FGM.


Power To Youth Training in Malawi and Uganda


We have new MenEngage secretariats in Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Uganda and Zambia


Advocating for the rights of the LGBTQI+ rights beyond Pride Month with Alecks