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Mobilized 1200 youth and 178 women were voluntarily tested for HIV/AIDs

Reached out to 675 students in 8 schools in 4 provinces and the City of Kigali.

4733 youth in health centers, churches and youth centers trained in sexual reproductive health, HIV, and servant leadership. Among them, 20 youths were HIV positive

230 Women Trained in tailoring and entrepreneurship. 3 teen mothers were given sewing machines

3 Girls were followed up and returned back to school 

Supported 85 children under Early Childhood Development Program.


Were advocated under the 1st and 2nd social classes. 5 women benefitted from advocacy to find justice, 4 women to find medical/health care, 200 gained advocacy to be able to attend technical training in tailoring and crafts, (10 women received financial support to start working in their small businesses)


Teen mothers and girls were trained in crafts and design (making jewels, clothes, shoes, and several items for home decor) as a platform to break down addictions and empower them for self-development


Community library was created to encourage literacy among young girls and teen mothers. We have a few books donated by HDI (Health Development Initiative) to have more books.


Youth trained in reproductions health and sexually transmitted diseases and to be sensitized for voluntary testing and become aware of their serological status.

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