The 3Es stand for Engagement, Equip, and Enable.

For Engagement, we want to increase awareness for the importance of active and involved fathering. A dad’s window of time with his kids is fleeting, finding time to pause and re-prioritise their role as fathers is vital.

For Equip, we want to equip fathers to draw on their strengths and increase confidence in their roles. CFF is well placed to do this with programmes that have reached more than 32,000 fathers to date.

For Enable, we want to enable the community, especially leaders and fathering groups, to serve as advocates and to equip dads at grassroots level. This involves coaching trainers and enabling these groups to conduct fatherhood workshops and experiential programmes.