Sonke Gender Justice Network’s Report to the Ford Foundation on One Man Can Campaign activities
Building the capacity of traditional leaders, government and civil society to involve men and boys in achieving gender equalityNkosi, T., ka-Khanyile, N., Manyati, T., Mosdell, R., and Peacock, D. (2009). Sonke Gender Justice Network’s Report to the Ford Foundation on One Man Can Campaign activities: Building the capacity of traditional leaders, government and civil society to involve men and boys in achieving gender equality. Sonke Gender Justice Network: Cape Town, South Africa.
This project built on Sonke’s proven experience in working with men to develop a unique and effective model for mainstreaming men into the care economy, in line with South African national plans addressing gender-based violence, halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing for orphans and vulnerable children.
The report that follows describes and chronicles in greater detail the range of activities carried out by Sonke with Ford Foundation support in Gauteng and Limpopo during the period 1 July 2007 – 30 June 2009. The report is divided into three sections: an introductory narrative section describing key project progress and impact, a log frame listing achievements against project commitments, and a final section with annexures containing supporting documentation and case studies.