More needs to be done to tackle the specific issues that affect men's health. As the leading global organization committed to changing the face of men's health, we are uniquely positioned to take action.
The five principles that shape our funding strategy
- Foster and facilitate national and global collaboration
- Understand, promote and advocate for men's health
- Build evidence about what works and kick-start sustainable approaches
- Mobilize men to be more informed, active and connected
- Invest in biomedical and clinical research in prostate and testicular cancer
Our funding strategy in four focus areas
By prioritizing the funding of four of the biggest health issues faced by men we ensure that our investments have a significant long-term, global impact.
Innovating on a global scale
We cannot achieve our goals without building a movement with partners at all levels of government, research and civil society. This has to happen globally, with results shared across borders to extend our reach. We're creating innovative solutions, using new ideas and new technology to solve long-standing problems.
Our Global Action Plan
Our Global Action Plan (GAP) connects clinicians and researchers from around the world to accelerate health outcomes for men living with prostate and testicular cancer.
Bringing together key experts across the world, TrueNTH is a revolutionary new care intervention program that will help men living with prostate cancer to access care and support that enhances their quality of life.
Prostate Cancer Outcomes Initiatives
These initiatives improve health outcomes for men throughout their prostate cancer journey by focusing on variation in care and engaging clinicians and researchers across 14 countries worldwide.
Ensuring funding goes where it's needed most
In addition to global initiatives, we fund a diverse range of country-specific and local programs, always ensuring that knowledge gained is shared onwards.
We report on all the initiatives we fund to hold ourselves accountable and to ensure that we're always assessing the success of those initiatives, learning, and improving.
It is Movember Foundation policy that funding awards do not allow or support institutional overhead so we can maximize the level of funding applied to research, health services interventions and their evaluation.
Read reports on the work we fund