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Monday 9 March 2020

Burundian Refugee Influx - Mahama Refugee Camp February

A national campaign named ‘’Rwanda Cares” aiming at Hepatitis C Elimination in Rwanda was launched in Mahama camp in January and It’s a big relief to Burundian refugees who had been waiting for so long. This is a result of a joint effort of Save the Children, ALIGHT, MINEMA and UNHCR and it is a big step towards the integration of refugees into the national health care systems.

Thursday 5 March 2020

Excluding children with disabilities is discrimination – all children have rights!

With our implementing partner UWEZO Youth Empowerment we work closely with the youth and children with disability (Y/CWD) to promote the implementation of the State obligations and commitments to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children (UNCRC) and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability (UNCRPD).

Monday 1 July 2019

First Steps Program Improves Child Learning Outcomes in Rwanda

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.

Monday 1 July 2019

RWANDA: READING CLUBS INSPIRE STUDENTS

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.

Monday 10 June 2019

Failure to support healthy brain development can result in life-long consequences.

Failure to support healthy brain development can result in life-long consequences. 

With training, parents can become even more effective providers of the care and stimulation that babies and young children need to develop properly.

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