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Adolescence and Teenage Health

Guiding boys through the transition to adulthood can be complex and challenging but there are a number of programs and initiatives from around the world that are addressing the need for positive male role models, mentoring models and other strength-building programs to help grow boys into great men.


Child Trends

Child Trends: What Works For Male Adolescents

This resource from the US examined a large number of programs aimed at improving negative behaviours among male teens and analysed what worked and what did not work.

My Brother's Keeper Alliance (MBK)

MBK is a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of boys and young men of colour (BYMOC) by providing support and connecting young people to mentoring and support groups and to help them acquire skills to go to college or find a good job.

Top Blokes Foundation

Top Blokes Foundation

Founded in 2006 by Melissa Abu-Gazaleh, the Top Blokes Foundation challenges and empowers over 1000 young men each year, around the ages of 14 -24 to reach their potential and to make positive life choices through the Top Blokes mentoring, leadership and resilience programs.

 

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