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MAN UP program in WA receives $90k funding to empower young men

WA-based MAN UP, whose focus is on empowering young men and redefining masculinity, has been awarded $90,000 funding over three years by the State Government.

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100K grant to support Aboriginal men’s health in Gunnedah

The NSW Government has allocated $100,000 funding to a new program for Indigenous men in Gunnedah, which will be run by the Min Min Aboriginal Corporation.

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What's in the Northern Territory Men's Policy?

The Northern Territory Government has announced $100,000 of funding to support its Men’s Places Policy and Program. Here we take a look at the key elements of this innovative Government initiative.

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NT announces $100k funding for men's programs

The Northern Territory Government has announced $100,000 funding to support programs that improve the health and emotional wellbeing of Territorian men. 

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More funding needed to fight prostate cancer say experts

Prostate cancer continues to receive less funding than other major cancers according to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).

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Better funding could help save 10,000 men’s lives

The Australian Men’s Health Forum (AMHF) has called on the Federal Government to direct more funding towards men’s health to help tackle the gender health gap between men and women.

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Give to men’s health this December

It’s been a big year in men’s health and while there are many positive signs of improvement, and even several state politicians putting men’s health on the agenda, we need your help to improve health outcomes for men and boys in Australia.

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Is it time Australia had a Men’s Budget?

This week, Australia published its third national Women’s Budget in 18 months, with the new Labor Government committing more than $10B to improving the lives and health of women and girls. There was no apparent commitment in the budget to target specific funding to improving the lives and health of men and boys.

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Help AMHF with an EOFY donation

With one day to go before the end of the financial year, the Australian Men’s Health Forum invites you to consider making a tax-deductible donation to men’s health and to support the important work we are doing to improve the lives of men and boys in Australia.

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Four men's projects funded to prevent male suicide

Four national men's health projects have been awarded a total of $17.5m over three years as part of the Federal Government's $114 million National Suicide Prevention Leadership and Support Program (NSPLSP).

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