Connect Group Facilitator's Toolkit

This course is currently in a testing phase and we'd appreciate your feedback should you decide to engage with it. Please respond to our survey (which you can find online here) or email your feedback to fathersmatter@heartlines.org.za

Heartlines is working to help change the issue of father absence in South Africa through its Father Matter programme, part of which includes the Connect Groups described in this resource.

This toolkit is a guide for anyone interested in running a Fathers Matter Connect Group, or finding out more about how to encourage the active, positive presence of fathers in your community.

We also have the toolkit available as a step-by-step course on our website. You can find it here.

  • File size: 10.16 MB
  • Format: pdf
  • Length: 16 pages
  • Language: English
  • Publisher Name: Heartlines
  • Date Published: Apr 25, 2021
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FM Group Connect Facilitators Toolkit
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