For the past twenty years or more, the men’s health sector in Australia and around the world has been advocating for more male-friendly services.
One of our central claims as a sector is that men care about their health and will get help when we place more focus on the ways that we give help.
This concept is now being recognised in Africa with experts saying there is an urgent need to tackle institutional “blindness to men’s health” and address the fact that men have a have a greater burden of nearly all major diseases.Read more
This article describes the support women receive for health services in comparison to men's health in Malawi, in southeastern Africa, and the consequences of this gender imbalance. It is reproduced from The Conversation.Read more