13 Feb

TRAINING OF ASRHR-Yewe Club Peer Educators and Champions on ASRHR  

SFR’s YEWE CLUB initiative is a platform meant to empowered and give the teenagers the opportunity to debate, play drama, play sketches, use songs and poems, home visits and group discussions about adolescent and sexual reproductive health and rights not only schools but also communities. YEWE CLUBS create a safety net that prevents teenage pregnancy in general since the Rwandan culture, sex remains a taboo and cannot be discussed in the families.   In partnership with the Human Help Network and close...

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...

26 Jun

THE CELEBRATION OF THE DAY OF AFRICAN CHILD 2023

Strive Foundation Rwanda in partnership with the National Commission for Human Rights-Rwanda on the 16th/06/2023 celebrated the day of an African child in Rusizi District-Nkombo Sector on the theme “The rights of the child in the digital environment”. The day is an opportunity to raise awareness about the challenges and issues faced by African children, including access to education, healthcare, protection from violence, child labor, child marriage, and other forms of exploitation. It is also a time to celebrate the...

05 Apr

SFR through British High Commission conducts training in 2 districts of Nyamasheke and Huye District on the relevance of the 160 UPR Recommendations

Universal Periodic Review Workshops: Strive Foundation Rwanda through British High Commission conducts training in 2 districts of Nyamasheke and Huye District on the relevance of the 160 UPR Recommendations as accepted to be implemented by the government of Rwanda in reference to the Ministry of Justice UPR road map and participants include those from Security organs, the media, and other authorities.Building on the organization’s past positive experience, SFR plans to continue providing its contribution in the implementation of the UPR...

12 Jun

Good Governance Program

SFR views Good Governance as a key crosscutting issue throughout all of the thematic areas in our programs. However, in addition, a direct approach to promoting good governance and civic participation is also necessary. SFR’s specific aims in Good Governance are: • To promote good governance and full civic participation as key crosscutting issues. ...

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