Fatherhood is no longer an extention of just being available or present; it is the core of it. The global crisis of the absent fathers is a heaving sea weighing heavily on our boys and our nation.
There is one essential facto today in this generation which can switch or shift the narrative of the conversation around fatherhood and more especially around the absent fathers. Fatherhood can change the nation, either for the worst or the best. The worst would be to ignore the fact that young men need fathers, they need role models from birth, to death even. Men are falling like flies, damaged and scarred from not knowing who they are or where they come from.
This book observes the impacts fatherlessness due to death, disappearance, labour migration and divorce, and tries to bring us closer to the solutions.