In education, we have adequately engaged men and boys as partners against early forced marriages. Through theatre, “one man can” groups, male engagement groups and social club membership of boys. We have been a model in PMTCT male engagement and SRHR in health pro-grams and have hosted other local NGOs in learning as pioneers of working with men.

In agriculture, we have successfully integrated and trained women farmers and mixed them properly with men into farmers’ clubs. Women have benefited from the farm produce with young women participating in savings and credit services and facilities. Over 5467 men and boys have tested for HIV because of man to man engagement. Barriers to family planning, SRHR and maternal health caused by men and boys have been challenged by model men trained in all our programs. We have more young women dominating our technical and vocational training programs because of positive attitudes among boys