28 Nov

SFR’S Kitchen garden program for a healthy living

Heath is Wealth and therefore, SFR’s objective is that every household beneficiary as recommendable should at least consume different vegetable types twice a day making vegetables a standard part of the meal and the healthiest better option. Our beneficiary groups include children and women who mostly require close feeding and care. This is why it is very important to consume and use vegetables like Amaranthus (Dodo), Spinach, carrots, cabbages, egg-plants, and Onions, to mention which are more essential sources of...

23 Nov

PROVIDING MOBILITY TO THE NEEDIEST IN NYAMASHEKE

Disability is part of being human. Then what happens when somebody is disabled? That is why, Strive Foundation Rwanda has strengthened its disability inclusion under its crosscutting program protocols to take good concern for the lives of disabled communities to enable them to become mobile, remain healthy, and participate fully in community life. SFR’s concern here is children, and we have taken the initiative to provide exceptional support to these children with body disabilities which came in form of 8...

15 Sep

SFR provides scholastic materials and Tuition to all its sponsored vulnerable students in Rusizi and Nyamasheke District

Strive Foundation Rwanda as an organization has always been committed to rebuilding and enhancing the education system of its beneficiaries as a fundamental strategy for broad development. To achieve an improved quality education, we need to address all the challenges that hinder it, like high levels of household poverty, school dropout and repetition (which results in low levels of transition and completion rates), poor school leadership, poor school hygiene, and sanitation, use of drugs and unwanted pregnancies among others. To help...

13 Sep

IMPROVING THE SOCIAL WELFARE OF KEY POPULATION GROUPS

Strive Foundation Rwanda is now implementing HIV/AIDs project in partnership with RBC and Global Fund in the Eastern Province of Rwanda in the Districts of Ngoma, Gatsibo, and Nyagatare. Key population groups are the type of groups who are at higher risks for HIV irrespective of the epidemic type or local context and who face social and legal challenges that increase their vulnerability. These include the female sex workers, MSM (Men Having Sex with Men), Transgender people, people who inject...

13 Sep

COMMUNITY BASED HEALTH INSURANCE

 With having the vision for the health program of “promoting and expanding access to health services at a community level as a basis for improved health outcomes”, Strive Foundation Rwanda (SFR) provides community-based medical insurance to the most vulnerable children in the districts of Rusizi and Nyamasheke through the Child Headed Households project; which has enabled the children be able to access any medical facility and services around them. In addition, through the women saving groups/cooperatives that were initiated by Strive...

13 Sep

Inclusiveness

  This is SFR’s practice of providing equal access to opportunities for the most vulnerable people most likely to be excluded or marginalized; these groups may include those with physical and mental disabilities or other minority groups. With inclusivity in education, SFR has always identified these groups in its initiative of implementing Early Childhood Projects. The identified groups included Children with disabilities, in this context; SFR developed a home-based messaging approach, which helps parents with children with disabilities to increase their knowledge...

31 Jul

Day of African Child

The International Day of the African child (DAC) is commemorated every year on 16th June by all member states of African Union (AU), and its corresponding partners. In Soweto,South Africa, on June 16, 1976, about ten thousand black school children marched in a column more than half a mile long, protesting the poor quality of their education and demanding their right to be taught in their own language, therefore DAC further presents an opportunity to reflect on the lived realities...

17 Feb

We empowered and trained our youth in Butare Sector – Rusizi District

Apiculture requires patience and commitment but again derives a sustainable income for the beneficiaries and their communities. We empowered and trained our youth in Rusizi District’s Butare Sector on better Beekeeping skills and equipped them with modern materials and tools like advanced beehives and related wears used, this has enhanced a great an impact which can be vividl.y observed today. Bee-keeping in Butare Sector has now stabilized with increase the number of beehives where 32 and 26 of them are occupied...

17 Feb

Production of Modern Bricks

In the Women cooperative of Ingoro Ihuje Ababyeyi in Tumba Sector-Huye District have now diversified their cooperative activities from producing single type of bricks to more than 2 different types of blocks. The cooperative now produces modern mult-holed bricks which save clay ad also long lasting. Though these bricks are not familiar at the local market but the cooperative members managed to get clients in a short period after producing forty-eight thousand and fifty bricks (48,050) modern bricks. These bricks...

07 Feb

Increasing vegetable production in Amahoro Women Cooperative – Huye District

 The Amahoro Cooperative Members in Mukura sector Huye District have now diversified their farming techniques towards increasing vegetable production and innovation meant to fight hunger and generate household incomes for every member. The number of members has also increased the initial from the initial 22 to 123 members and more than 200 indirect beneficiaries that include their spouses, children, and relatives. ...

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