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Programmes for male perpetrators are one important part of an integrated and coordinated strategy to prevent and combat domestic violence against women and children. To increase the safety of victims by reducing and preventing gender-based violence, perpetrator programmes depend on referrals of men from frontline services (health, social and other services). ENGAGE Roadmap and training programme built (and keeps enhancing) frontline professionals’ capacity to respond to perpetrators by recognizing their abusive behaviour (+109%), asking them respectfully, motivating accountability and change, and directing them to specialist services (+27%).