application/pdfHealth - Lucie: CHW Case StudyLucie: CHW Case Study20/12/2013255KB
application/pdfHumanitarian Quarterly Newsletter _July to September 2022Kirehe District officials visited the Mahama II Health Centre to assess the progress made in addressing what the Ministry of Health recommended Save the Children so that the Mahama II Health facility can be medicalized. The delegation appreciated the progress made after visiting the maternity ward and the operation theatre. SCI upgraded Mahama II Health Centre to provide more obstetric emergency services, including cesarean sections and blood transfusions. It’s expected the Medicalized Health Centre to start offering surgical services on November 1, 2022.06/10/20227MB
application/pdfHumanitarian Work - Jolie and Uwase Case StudyJolie and Uwase Case Study20/12/20132MB
application/pdfHumanitarian Work - Nkamira Transit Centre, Case StudyNkamira Transit Centre, May 2012.20/12/2013372KB
application/pdfHumanitarian Work - Nkamira Transit Centre, Case StudyNkamira Transit Centre, 6 June 2012.20/12/2013474KB
application/pdfHumanitarian Work - Save the Children in emergenciesSave the Children in emergencies20/12/2013849KB
application/pdfIncreasing funding for Supplementary Materials within the Ca In order for Rwandan pre-primary and lower primary pupils to learn how to read and develop a reading culture, they need a variety of age-appropriate books. Text books alone are not enough. 29/10/20152MB
application/pdfInvestment in Children Programme BriefIn 2013, Save the Children began implementing Child Rights Governance (CRG) activities in Rwanda. A CRG preliminary analysis highlighted that while policies and strategic plans for children were in place, their implementation was impeded by limited budgetary allocations. Hence the need for a comprehensive public finance analysis to determine exact budget allocations and assess Rwanda’s Investment in Children (IiC) footprint. An in-depth IiC analysis was commissioned in order to gather evidence on progress, challenges and opportunities for Save the Children to improve IiC in Rwanda.27/07/20161MB
application/pdfIYCF-E Capacity Mapping Tool Version 1. 0,We are glad to share with you all, a fantastic IYCF-E Capacity Mapping Tool Version 1. 0, that was developed by UNICEF and Save the Children East Southern Africa Regional Office.The tool is universal, so it can be used and recommended in all contexts. It has been used already in several contexts, in ESAR and Latin America regions for example. It s a first version, but solid at this stage. As stated, this is a version 1.0, and hopefully in 6 months or so, we will try to collect experiences, feedback, inputs, so that we could look at a version 1.1 in 2021. 06/05/20202MB
application/pdfJOSEPHINE NYIRANDINABO - MOTHERLiteracy Boost works with parents, teachers and children to promote literacy in the classroom, in after school reading clubs and in community training sessions. Josephine and her family are involved in the Literacy Boost programme in Gicumbi district. Josephine attends community trainings that teach parents how to promote literacy in the home and her seven year old son Sammy benefits from these home activities, regular participation in an after school reading club, and a classroom where the teacher has been trained by Save the Children’s Literacy Boost team16/01/2015284KB
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