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Mother's Day Reflections, Congressional Study Tour in Tanzania, and More...
www.engenderhealth.org, 22 July 2010 [cached]
The Global Symposium Engaging Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality, held recently in Rio de Janeiro, was the focus of an article posted on the United Nations IRIN Plus News, which also quoted EngenderHealth staff member Dumisani Rebombo.
EngenderHealth Connect: 65 Years of Engendering Rights, East Africa Highlights, and More
www.engenderhealth.org, 29 Oct 2009 [cached]
Dumisani Rebombo, a gender activist from EngenderHealth's MAP program in South Africa
Watch Dumisani Rebombo, a gender activist from EngenderHealth's Men As Partners® program in South Africa, share his story of personal transformation on Voice of America's "Healthy Living" television program, broadcast in 60 countries across Africa and Eastern Europe.
Photo: Dumisani ...
www.engenderhealth.org, 14 Mar 2008 [cached]
Photo: Dumisani Rebombo
...The road Dumisani Rebombo took to become a gender activist had more than a few twists ... EngenderHealth welcomes South Africa staff member Dumisani Rebombo at a reception on March 13.
Please join us to hear his
story and his
role in our Men As Partners® Program, which mobilizes men in 18 countries to take an active stand for gender equality, their health, and the health of their families, communities, and countries.
Positive change : Mail & Guardian Online
www.mg.co.za, 7 Oct 2005 [cached]
MAP's Gauteng coordinator, Dumisani Rebombo, believes male reluctance to access HIV-related services is shaped by socialisation, which affects the way men perceive public health spaces such as clinics and hospitals.
says the process of transforming these clinics, which is being done in conjunction with MAP's
partner organisations, is still in the process of consultation.
EngenderHealth : 65 Years: Engaging Men to Make Reproductive Health a Reality
www.engenderhealth.org, 4 Feb 2008 [cached]
As Dumisani Rebombo, Senior Program Officer for MAP in South Africa, noted, "Men should not be viewed as the problem, but as part of the solution.