CARE Rwanda recently published several documents featuring their efforts to analyze gender gaps in their economic development programming ("Mind the Gap"), and a training manual to engage husbands of women participants of their village savings and loans work ("Journeys of Transformation").
As part of the global Results Initiative, CARE Rwanda and CARE USA partnered on a recently released update and some videos on the community-based methodology to address gender norms in their family planning work. SAFI RI Brief
See the link here to see examples of how to engage the community in dialogue about sharing household chores and addressing son preference (in Rwanda):
http://www.comminit.com/global/content/ideas-and-action-addressing-social-factors-influence-sexual-and-reproductive-health