Health & Nutrition

application/pdfRwanda and Burundi Country Office Newsletter, November 2023On September 8th, 2023, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Save the Children launched a Zero-Out-of-School Children project under the fund of the Global Education Above All (EAA) Foundation. Zero-Out-of-School Children project will be implemented in all districts across Rwanda, and it aims at providing quality primary education to all remaining out-of-school children (OOSC) in Rwanda. The newly launched joint project will engage and empower communities as advocates and supporters. Data will be collected and methods enhanced to find and identify children who are out of school, including in remote areas of Rwanda. 10/11/20234MB
application/pdfRwanda & Burundi Country Ooffice Newsletter- Jan to Jun 2023Save the Children is grateful for the support from the Government of Rwanda, UNHCR and other donors such as BPRM, UNFPA and the Embassy of Japan who generously supported our work in humanitarian settings. Since January 2023, SC was chosen by UNHCR as the leading implementing partner for health and nutrition in all refugee camps, including Kigeme, Kiziba, Mahama, Mugombwa and Nyabiheke, and transit centres. Child Protection and Gender-Based Violence were also expanded to cover the entire Mahama Refugee Camp and other locations like urban settings and Gashora ETM. 17/07/20238MB
application/pdfWASH Brochure Kinyarwanda versionIkegeranyo cyerekana akamaro ko kugira isuku mu buzima bwa buri munsi. 25/06/2015357KB
application/pdfNutrition Programme BriefDetailed breakdown of Save the Children's Nutrition Programme, which is implemented in concert with USAID, Global Communities Rwanda and Feed the Future, a US government Global Hunger and Food Security Initiative. 25/06/2015663KB
application/pdfHealth - Lucie: CHW Case StudyLucie: CHW Case Study20/12/2013255KB
application/pdfHealth - Beatrice: Maternity Health Success StoryBeatrice: Maternity Health Success Story20/12/2013252KB
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