The National Parenting Support Commission, NPSC, says fathers are lamenting that male-bashing at the hands of women contributes to the absence of some fathers in the lives and education of their children. 

The Commission says fathers are advancing they want to increase their participation by having sessions where the women are not present. 

Chief Executive Officer at the NPSC, Kaysia Kerr made the revelation while addressing the media launch of Parent Month this morning. 

The theme for Parent Month this year is: ‘Fathers Rise, Lead and be wise’.

Stevian Simmonds reports.


That’s the message from the National Parent Support Commission, NPSC, to father’s in support of its theme for parent Month in November.

CEO of the NPSC, Kaysia Kerr, sought to paint a picture of the difficulties single mothers face raising children without their fathers by detailing the experience of an epileptic child.

Ms. Kerr advanced that the lives of many children would be enriched by the presence of their fathers.

According to Ms Kerr, the NPSC has noticed that fathers rarely participate in the entity’s community parenting sessions or their children’s school lives. 

She says the NPSC sought to find out why, and…

The Parenting Commission boss says some fathers were also concerned about how women view them financially.