|STOP THE WAR ON CHILDREN: GENDER MATTERS REPORT||Wars and conflicts are intensifying and becoming increasingly dangerous for children. Whilst fewer children are living in conflict-affected areas, those who do face the greatest risk of falling victim to serious violence since systematic records began. This report, focuses on how conflict affects girls and boys differently, sets out the basis for an international plan of action to protect children in conflict, and the ways humanitarian actors can improve their responses to be more sensitive to both age and gender.||13/02/2020||8MB|
|THE BEST WE HAVE TO GIVE||“Well, I must do something. We must do something. Humanity owes the best it has to give to
children," Eglantyne Jebb said,
To know more about her journey to be the founder of Save the Children, and as we are celebrating a century of saving the children across the World, read this book.||16/01/2020||2MB|
|Save the Children Rwanda Strategic Plan 2019-2021||Our three year Strategic Plan (2019-2021) to help children in Rwanda survive, learn and be protected.||02/07/2019||254KB|
|Stop the War on Children_Report||100 years ago, Save the Children's founder, Eglantyne Jebb challenged the world to stop "wars on children." However, today we see growing numbers of children living in conflict – with 1 in 5 children living in areas affected by conflict. Their basic rights are under threat. Save the Children published the report – Stop the War on Children- which is both a call to action and a guide to how world leaders and governments can protect children in Conflict.||24/04/2019||2MB|
|Rwanda Country Office Strategic Plan_ 2019-2021||During the 2019-2021 Strategic period Save the Children in Rwanda wishes continue to be on the forefront of policy and programming development for Early Childhood Development and ensure all children have the resources they need to develop foundational literacy and numeracy skills. In partnership with other strong health actors, Save the Children will focus on the continuum of care from maternal health. Finally, Save the Children wishes to continue to advocate for a world that is free from violence against children. At Save the Children, we believe that access to a decent family livelihood and livelihoods opportunities and opportunities for children to exercise their voices are foundational to any change that we would achieve.||13/03/2019||1MB|
|ECD PROGRAMMING FOR CHILDREN AGES 4-6: SUCCESS &CHALLENGES||The available ECD services do not give enough emphasis to Early Literacy and Maths (ELM) skills development, which is crucial in order for children to attain the necessary school readiness skills. This includes support by parents or other caregivers at home, as well as the form of teaching and learning taking place in classrooms. In response, Save the Children targeted its ECD programming for children ages 4-6 to focus on training parents on simple activities they can do with their children at home, and working with teachers and the government to improve the way children are taught in ECD centres or pre-primary classrooms.
|ECD PROGRAMMING FOR CHILDREN AGES 0-3:SUCCESSES & CHALLENGES||Children acquire foundational skills in all developmental domains from the earliest ages; however, most programming for children ages 0-3 in Rwanda has focused on the health and nutrition needs for securing children’s physical development. In response, Save the Children and its partner, Umuhuza, initiated its 0-3 Early Childhood Development (ECD) programming to particularly address language, communication and wider cognitive development deficits, while simultaneously highlighting holistic child development in all domains.
|Rwanda Country Office Annual Report for 2017||In 2017, we directly reached a total number of reached 395,079 children and 127,633 adults in Rwanda with our different interventions that focused on child protection, education, health, nutrition, child rights and governance not forgetting emergencies. This is because we aim to delivering lasting results to transform children’s lives and the future we all share. Our Rwanda Programme report for the year 2017 highlights key achievements and our work for children in Rwanda with the current coverage in 30 districts of Rwanda.||11/06/2018||7MB|
|Providing refugee children the education they were promised||Did you know that world’s 3.5 million out of school refugee children have lost out on more than 700 million school days since last year? And the number grows by 1.9 million every day. That’s a lot of lost learning.
Check out the full Report:||22/09/2017||1MB|
|388,857 Children directly reached through our services-2016 ||In 2016, we directly reached a total number of 388,857 children in Rwanda with our different interventions that focused on child protection, education, health, nutrition, child rights and governance not forgetting emergencies. This is because we aim to delivering lasting results to transform children’s lives and the future we all share. Our Rwanda Programme summery report for the year 2016 highlights key achievements and our work for children in Rwanda.||26/08/2017||3MB|