28 Feb

SFR’s milestone in youth Development

In far rural Rwanda, Nyamasheke and Rusizi Districts are known for their lush landscapes and agricultural activities. However, like many rural areas, youth unemployment and underemployment have been persistent challenges. Recognizing the potential of beekeeping to address these issues, Strive Foundation initiated 2 bee cooperatives in collaboration with local youth in Rangiro Sector of Nyamasheke and Butare sector of Rusizi District. Youth development is a critical aspect of nation-building, Strive Foundation Rwanda is playing a pivotal role in empowering young people....

31 Jul

Disaster Support – Gasabo District

Kigarama village- Jari Sector-Gasabio District residents are victims of the devastating floods that forced many to abandon their homes and belongings around Kigali city which forced many residents to lose everything, including bedding and basic hygiene utensils, posing significant challenges to their well-being. Recognizing the urgency of the situation, Strive Foundation Rwanda stepped forward to alleviate the worry of these individuals and ensure their transition to a more stable environment. About 300 mattresses, 384 saucepans, 400 basins, 784 plates, and other...

28 Oct

SFR and HHNetwork’s Cow approach/Livestock farming has really changed the economic status of the beneficiaries

strive Foundation Rwanda and Human Help Network have always struggled to fight malnutrition and boost agriculture to provide a source of incomes to the poor child headed Households and improve their economic status. The program is implemented in Nyamasheke and Rusizi Districts, as a part of the Rwandan vision to move from a low-income country to a middle-income country. This package works in the way that one most vulnerable household receives a cow and, as a refund to the organization,...

25 Oct

A family house is the first priority of every vulnerable homeless person

Strive Foundation Rwanda has been a key provider of housing support to most vulnerable community members. SFR’s Vulnerable CHH are considered to be those who have multiple barriers to achieving shelters due to challenges such as poverty, health and mental health issues, trauma, newcomer settlement challenges, and disability, amongst others. These groups sometimes struggle to find basic needs like shelter, food, school fees and healthcare. To leave no stone unrolled, SFR caters for all the needs of its vulnerable people...

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