Mfitumukiza started attending a reading club called Mureke Dusome’s (Let’s Read), which was set up in his local community to help more children learn to read and write.
The program targeting parents with children aged 0-3 years aims to determine the most feasible and cost-effective approach to delivering parenting education for the Rwanda context and as well identify effective ways of achieving improvements in parenting practices, child development indicators, and emergent literacy promotion.
"Why children on street not given opportunities like us to express views on their needs; also be placed in loving families for support?" questioned Clementine,13 during the launch of UN General Comment on public budgeting
“Children grassroots groups are our space to speak about issues concerning children welfare. And our role in finding solutions to problems children face”. Patient
Since July 2016, Save the Children embarked on Livelihoods and youth empowerment project in Mahama Refugee Camp, to equip refugees with necessary livelihoods skills.
SC constructed a library in Mahama Refugee Camp to help over 38,000 school aged children and youth refugee like Jack access different books and embrace a culture of reading.
In bid to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Save the Children, we are pleased to launch our own picture book “The Best We Have To Give” developed through the collaboration of Communications and the Book Development and Use teams. We hope you learn more about our mission and vision, how Save the Children started, and lastly, who was Eglantyne Jebb, the woman who started it all.