What we do

SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Provision of comprehensive sexuality education on a variety of topics including sexuality, adolescent growth and development, sexually transmitted infections (STIs/HIV/AIDS), family planning, pregnancy and pregnancy prevention, gender and GBV and prevention of risky behavior among youth.

  • Provision of comprehensive youth friendly sexual reproductive health service.

  • Provide technical support to the Rwanda Ministry of Health / Rwanda Biomedical Center to implement strategies for reducing maternal morbidity and mortality rate due to unsafe abortion; including strengthening the provision of postabortion care (PAC) and safe abortion within Rwanda legal framework.

  • Telemedecine; Nurse and midwives in rural health centers are remotely connected to doctors in district hospitals. to provide Sexual reproductive health services.

  • Organize training for nurses and midwives to provide basics knowledge and skills to the use of ultrasound machine.

  • Psychosocial support groups and empowerment for vulnerable young people, including teenagers and single mothers.

  • Support youth clubs and provide recreation activities (games, TV shows, sport, music etc.).

  • Free internet services.

  • Organise special events for young people.

  • Special time for girls.

  • Outreach campaigns.

  • Hand craft training for teen mothers (kuboha).

  • Group savings and group loans activities for teen mothers.

  • Vacational training in tailoring skills for teens mothers.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES

  • Increased awareness of SRHR among adolescents, youth and women.

  • Increased SRHR service accessibility among adolescents, youth and women.

  • Expanded geographic coverage of SRHR and family planning services in rural areas.

  • Increased capacity of health providers in provision of youth friendly services.

  • Underserved populations reached.

  • Reduced FP methods drop-out rates by encouraging LARCs FP methods.

  • Reduced misinformation, myths, stigma and other barriers to SRHR services.

  • Reduced number of teenage pregnancies

  • Increase access to safe abortion services.

  • Improved knowledge of GBV services among adolescents and young girls.

  • Significant Improvement in social economic conditions among youth and women.

  • Increase self-confidence and hope for the future among youth and women.