Hope for Rwanda

 

“Supporting Teen mothers and their babies to live a more dignified life and achieve their full potential in the society”

 

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What we do

Beneficiary centered-Holistic-Engaging-Empowering 

PSYCHO-SOCIAL SUPPORT 

Our health and psycho-social support program facilitate teen mothers’ access to health care to ensure that they are healthy physically and mentally/emotionally

Legal Aid , Advocacy & Social Justice 

Providing legal assistance to its beneficiaries is one of the main objectives of Hope for Rwanda. As a human rights organization, 

Capacity Building & Economic Livelihood

We provide capacity-building  in form of vocational trainings, after school coaching for schooling beneficiaries, workshops and training to teen mothers in Rwanda

ABOUT HOPE FOR RWANDA 

Hope for Rwanda is a local non-profit organization based and registered in Rwanda  88/RGB/NGO/2017, founded to support adolescent mothers to live a more dignified live and achieve their full potentials in the society.  

It is the Rwanda’s first centers working with  teen mothers; and their children.  Supporting them through counselling, legal assistance, capacity building and economic livelihood.

Our Blog 

IN THEIR SHOES.

There is this thing that fascinates us, takes a lot of our time, and slowly destroys our true selves “social correctness”. I always hear things like,” I should not do this”, or like, “they should behave like this”, and we always take haste in judging those who are...

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Thoughts of a mother

If I was the parent to the teen that just said, “Mom, I’m pregnant and I want to keep the baby.” things would be different from what I experienced. First reactions to teen parenthood are usually not very positive ones. It could be met with yelling, screaming, crying,...

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Our journey

Hope for Rwanda, provides support service and necessities to 726 teen mothers and their babies

from 5 districts in Rwanda, namely Gasabo, Kicukiro, Kirehe, Ngoma and Rulindo.

Our ImpactChange stories

Our fingerprints on the lives we touch never fade away

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