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UNFPA and partners kicked off a campaign #DiverseButEqual (#DurliEmmaDen) to promote the culture of tolerance, dignity, respect and human rights. 

Engaging men as involved fathers can lead to improved maternal and child health, a reduction in violence against women, and lifelong benefits for daughters and sons. Men’s involvement as caregivers also makes them better fathers, improves their relationships and their quality of life.

Dividing household chores equally and applying family-friendly policies at work allow women and girls to receive education, pursue their careers and contribute to the social and economic development of the communities they live in.    

Gender equality is good for everyone.