What we do

Our Projects & Services

  1. To support the Rwanda Biomedical Center to conduct operations research
  2. Designing program for use of telemedicine to increase access to health services.
  3. Build the capacity of in services health care providers (nurses, midwives & medical doctors) and health facility managers.
  4. Improved digital health literacy for health care providers; nurses and midwives working in rural public health areas.
  5. Conduct capacity building for health providers working in public health facilities in provision Quality SRH services.
  6. Support in the development of Sexual reproductive health services delivery guidelines.
  7. To design and implement program for integration of comprehensive reproductive health.
  8. Support the provision of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) to adolescents and youth visiting public youth centers and primary health facilities.
  9. Strengthen the provision of comprehensive youth friendly sexual reproductive health service in youth centers and youth corners.
  10. Telemedicine project implementation; Remotely connect Nurse and midwives working rural health centers to doctors in district hospitals to improve access to Sexual reproductive health services.
  11. Strengthen the capacity of Isange One Stop Center (GBV Centers) in the provision of integrated sexual reproductive health services.
  12. Strengthen the provision of post abortion care contraceptive methods.
  13. To use Information and communications technology (ICT) Platform in SRH education; including social media platform.
  14. Organize training for nurses and midwives to provide basics knowledge and skills to the use of ultrasound machine.
  15. Support district health unit/public health facilities to implement strategies that aim to improve the health of women during pregnancy and childbirth.
  16. To provide technical and financial to conduct training of health providers in provision of comprehensive abortion services.
  17. Where needed supply a stock of SRH commodities to public health facilities and public youth centers.
  18. To build the capacity of rural public health facilities and family planning health posts in provision of quality Sexual reproductive health services.
  19. Works in collaboration with healthcare professionals; SRHR champions, Nursing and midwives council, Society of obstetricians and gynecology to address the barriers to access to SRH services.
  20. Implement support groups and empowerment of vulnerable groups of adolescents and young people including teen mothers.
  21. Support public youth center and youth clubs to mobilize adolescents and young people to use sexual and reproductive health services.
  22. Organize recreation activities in youth centers and free wireless connection for sexual reproductive health education.
  23. In public youth centers; organize special day/ events for sexual reproductive education for adolescents and young people; special time to girls, boys, teen mothers, and sex workers.
  24. Conduct outreach campaigns in health education and services provision.
  25. To support vulnerable groups of youth to implement socio-economic strategies.


  1. Reduced number of teenage pregnancies.
  2. Reduced rate of sexual transmitted disease.
  3. Reduced disabilities and death related to pregnancy.
  4. Evidence are generated to inform policy decision in sexual reproductive health.
  5. Improved access to services for survivors of sex violence.
  6. Increased knowledge on reproductive health among adolescents, young people and women’s .
  7. Adolescents and youth are empowered to make informed choices about their sexual health.
  8. Increased accessibility of sexual reproductive health services (SRH) among adolescents, youth and women.
  9. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) platform are used for an improved access to SRH services in rural areas.
  10. Expanded geographic coverage of reproductive health services including family planning services and comprehensive abortion services.
  11. Increased capacity of health providers in provision of youth SRH friendly services.
  12. Underserved populations reached with quality sexual reproductive services
  13. Reduced FP methods drop-out rates by encouraging LARCs FP methods.
  14. Reduced misinformation, myths, stigma and other barriers to SRHR services.
  15. Reduced number of girls and women doing unsafe abortion.
  16. Significant Improvement in social economic conditions among vulnerable group of young people; teen mothers and increase self-confidence and hope for the future