These Know, Care, Do case studies showcase how the male engagement approach was applied to programs and projects implemented in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, India, Nigeria, and South Sudan. Each case study follows the structure of the theory of change to illustrate how it can be applied to program design and implementation across diverse country contexts. The programmatic examples highlight ways to work with a variety of actors, institutions, and channels (such as religious leaders and the health system) to engage men and boys in family planning across the key roles as clients, partners, and agents of change and the core components of Know, Care, Do.
Know, Care, Do: A Theory of Change for Engaging Men and Boys in FP [PDF]
Case Study: Enhancing Couple Decision Making with “Together We Decide” in South Sudan [PDF]
Case Study: Making FP a Lifestyle Choice with “Safal Couples” in India [PDF]
Case Study: Religious Leaders Transforming Community Perceptions of Family Planning in Nigeria [PDF]
Case Study: Transforming Masculinities” to Improve Joint Decision Making Around FP in the DRC [PDF]