Terre Rouge Project is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2013 with the aim of promoting children's development through programs that encourage fathers or caregivers to become more involved in their children's lives. The organization's Fatherhood Initiative is focused on helping fathers reconnect with their children and develop essential parenting skills by increasing engagement and responsibility in their relationships. The program addresses the negative impact of father absence on children, families, and communities and works to raise awareness and mobilize people to address this issue.
The Terre Rouge Project offers a comprehensive parenting skills program for men in caregiving roles, including fathers, stepfathers, foster parents, and relative caregivers, through an innovative support group model. The program is designed to enhance the bond between fathers, children, and families, and has achieved this through a range of workshops and panel discussion events.
The Terre Rouge Project is dedicated to promoting the Fatherhood Movement and is committed to helping fathers develop the skills they need to be effective and engaged parents. The organization's unique approach to parenting education has made it a valuable resource for fathers and families alike, and it continues to make a positive impact on communities across the country