Friday 8 September 2023

Press release: Education Above All Foundation launches the “Zero” education project with the Ministry of Education and Save the Children to enroll all out-of-school children in Rwanda in primary education

8 September, 2023 (Kigali, Rwanda) – Today, the global Education Above All (EAA) Foundation and UN Sustainable Development Goals Advocate announced a partnership aimed at providing quality primary education to every remaining out-of-school child (OOSC) in Rwanda.

Thursday 20 July 2023

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nearly 100 babies saved in three months as caesarean sections made available in Mahama Refugee Camp

MAHAMA, Rwanda, 20 July 2023 – The lives of 93 babies have been saved in the last three months in the largest refugee camp in Rwanda following the launch of a revamped state-of-the art medical facility with the capacity to carry out caesarean sections in partnership with Population, Refugees and Migration Bureau (PRM), UNHCR, UNFPA and Japan Embassy, Save the Children said.

Saturday 27 May 2023

Kevin’s * journey back to School

Sunday 30 April 2023

Save the Children undertakes its FIRST EMERGENCY C- SECTION at Mahama Refugee Camp!

The medical team paused for the photo with the new mother

This week, in Save the Children’s newly opened Medicalized Health Center in the Mahama Refugee Camp II, the first three cesarean operations were performed successfully by the medical team. 

Thursday 8 December 2022

Save the Children’s nutrition services saved Amanda* s life

Amanda*, 3 years old, lives with her family and two siblings in the Mahama refugee camp. When Amanda* was 12 months old, she suffered from severe acute malnutrition associated with a digestive disorder.

“When my child was 12 months old, she started refusing to eat certain foods like rice, beans, and vegetables. This affected her growth and ability to gain weight,” says Suzan, * Amanda*’s mother.