In a patriarchal society like Pakistan, the roles of fathers are largely seen as providers and earners. They are rarely encouraged to be nurtures, supporters and care givers in the family system. The ones who challenge these stereotypes are either not acknowledged or definitively not applauded for the efforts. Different researches have revealed that promoting responsible fatherhood and by sensitizing men on positive masculinity can help prevent child marriages, domestic violence and contribute to an environment where women and children have access to their basic rights. Subsequently, this implies that ‘fatherhood’ should be given greater social credibility and attention for success of child health care, development and girls education interventions and to bring positive social change, and transformation within the society.