Findings from the evaluation of the Male Norms Initiative indicate that interventions to promote gender-equitable norms can successfully influence young men’s attitudes toward gender norms and lead to healthier relationships. The study also provides empirical evidence that a community-based intervention focused on combating inequitable and risk-supporting gender norms is associated with reductions in partner violence and improvements in risk outcomes for HIV and sexually transmitted infections.
Author(s): Pulerwitz J, Widyono M, Mehta M, Shityuwete J, Verani F, Keulder C
Corporate author(s): PATH, EngenderHealth, LifeLine/ChildLine Namibia, Promundo, Survey Warehouse
Publication date: October 2010
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Related regions: Global
- Emerging and epidemic diseases > Drug development > HIV and AIDS
- Reproductive health > Gender-based violence and rights
- Reproductive health > Sexually transmitted infections
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