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Rebecca Is Differently Able!

Rebecca 16 years old, lives in Mahama camp with her parents and 4 siblings. She has physical disability (amputated right arm) caused by accident. Arriving in Mahama refugee camp, Rebecca could not freely participate in education, recreational and learning activities due to her disability and the stigma that comes with it.

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Mahama Camp: From No Web To WEB 3

Save the Children, in collaboration with Net Hope, connected 10 sites to the Internet across Mahama camp in 2021. An average of 2036 people connect to the network each month. The most visited site is Save the Children’s online library, which hosts an average of 353 visits each day.

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Rwanda and Burundi Country office, Q2 2022 Newsletter

Rwanda and Burundi Country office, Q2 2022 Newsletter

Medicalization: Save the Children has completed the construction works for the medicalization of Mahama II Health Centre serving both refugees in Mahama and the host communities. It is now awaiting for the certification by the Ministry of Health to fully start its operations.

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Patient attends National Child Focused Pre-budget hearing session_April2018

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Patient attends National Child Focused Pre-budget hearing session_April2018

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