Livestock for the vulnerable Child Headed Households

After assessing on the level of how livestock (cows) have successfully and efficiently changed our beneficiary’s livelihoods, Strive Foundation Rwanda has gone ahead to supply these livestock(cows) to more Child Headed Household in the context of improving their lives to a sustainable level, the most...

Easing lives of CHH with Energy saving cooking stoves

Since 2011, Strive Foundation Rwanda and the Human Help Network and Aktion-Tagwerk have been very instrumental towards supporting the vulnerable Child Headed Households in Rusizi and Nyamasheke Districts in the aspects of Health, Education, Youth empowerment, and social protection in general in-order to improve livelihoods of their beneficiaries...

Solar-lamps for a lasting change!

For our communities to thrive, interventions must not last for a short period of time. The impact in the community should last for a very long period of time.  Long lasting change begins with solutions that are resilient and good for the environment, solutions that can be passed on from generation to generation...

The Great Nyungwe Forest Belt – Bee keeping Scheme

In June 2019, Strive Foundation Rwanda organized full week training in modern beekeeping. The training objective was to help its Child Headed Household beneficiaries around the Nyungwe Forest acquire relevant knowledge in modern beekeeping techniques, specifically on beehives setup and...

MID-TERM REVIEW MEETINGS

SFR is a Non-Governmental Organization that has extensively implemented one of its Child Headed Household project funded by THE HUMAN HELP NETWORK in Rusizi and Nyamasheke Districts. From July 15th-19th 2019, a team headed by SFR’s Executive Director, annually conduct mid-term review meetings

Sexual reproductive health – YEWE Clubs workshop

Enlightening teenager’s access to sexual and reproductive health knowledge and services remains an important goal for Rwanda. Strive Foundation Rwanda’s initiative is a smart and innovative solution designed to give young people in Rwanda access to accurate information about sexual and reproductive health.

YEWE Clubs workshop

SFR organized a workshop for headmasters and teachers in charge of clubs in order to get a common understanding on YEWE Clubs, share progress, challenges, lessons learnt and the next steps. The workshop took place in Progress Hotel on 14 th June 2019, from 9h00 to 2h00.

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