There are men who choose to be involved fully in the care of their children despite economic difficulty. A new study shows how.
Research Pokes Holes in the Idea That Men Don't Look After Their Children
The Conversation Africa, 17 August 2017
South Africa has one of the highest rates of absent fathers in sub-Saharan Africa. As many as 60% of children in the country under the age of 10 don't live with their biological… Read more »
Fathers Who Mentor Their Children's Talents
Botswana Daily News, 9 June 2016
It is not common to see fathers coaching their own children in sports, however, some have turned out to be great mentors and nurturers of their kids' talent. Read more »
Fathers Need to Be More Involved
Botswana Daily News, 18 November 2015
Fathers have been encouraged to be more involved in raising their children. Stepping Stones programmes coordinator, Mr Salani Gambule, made the plea at launch of the Men Care… Read more »
Stars from the world of entertainment and sport have joined a special UNICEF campaign that highlights the significant role played by fathers in children's early development. Read more »
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