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...

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...

12 Jun

Vulnerable Families

SFR is partnered with Human Help Network (Germany) to provide families with shelter and income generating activities. The family shown in the photograph below was stigmatized as a result of one of the children suffering from epilepsy. Consequently the family found it extremely difficult to find housing. SFR with HHN assisted the family by building them the house shown in the photograph below. ...

12 Jun

People with Disabilities

Those groups living with disabilities, both physical and mental, are some of the most vulnerable in Rwanda, often subject to stigmatization and limited opportunity. This program aims to combat both aspects of this through the following aims: ...

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