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Liberata’s new dawn after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi

Liberata Mukamana is 44 years old and a mother of five children. She lives with her grand child too, and another mother and her child, who she took in because they had nowhere to stay. She got married

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COMMUNITY SCORECARD HELPING TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN AUTHORITIES AND COMMUNITIES

“I traveled all the way from Shyingiro to come and have a say in my development. It is amazingly thrilling to see our leaders justifying themselves to us. I feel empowered. I feel like our leaders

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Public Dialogues, a platform for Citizen Participation in Policy Formulation

Several public dialogues have been organized to discuss pertinent issues affecting society with the support of ActionAid Rwanda through the SCAB Project, funded by the European Union.

The national

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Empowering women through skills development

Meet the merry mother of 7, Theresa Mukasine. She is 56 years old. Her face is always lit with gaiety. Mukasine is a member of Isangano Cooperative, based in Karongi District. This cooperative is made

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Early Childhood Development Centers (ECD’s); an intervention leading to the reduction of Unpaid Care Work (UCW) in Rwanda

Early Childhood Development Centers (ECD’s); an intervention leading to the reduction of Unpaid Care Work (UCW) in Rwanda

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Stephania: A Mega Business Owner who couldn’t afford Soap

Stephania Mukantwari is a 57-year-old Woman, and a mother of five children. She is a member of Abadahigwa Cooperative. She is a resident of Murundi sector, Karongi district. She joined the cooperative

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Learning my rights helped me rebuild a new future, Niyonsaba narrates

Vestine Niyonsaba, a resident of Ruheru sector is a widow, her husband died last year. She is a mother of four children and takes care of her two nephews, who currently live with her. 

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Eight years of a GBV-filled marriage, a life time of amplified happiness ahead

“We were famous in our neighborhood for mainly one thing-violence. I spent eight years of my marriage being beaten & bruised and I started retaliating by hurling insults back at my husband. Our home

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Breaking the Silence through Speak Out! Project to address SRHR and GBV in Rwanda

Girls at one of the schools in Gisagara district learning from their Mentor about how to prevent and deal with issues related to sexual violence

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Speak Out! Project; Empowering Girls to Know Their Rights

“I didn’t know I had rights. It was thrilling and exciting to learn about my rights and those of other children. I can now know and identify when my rights are being violated. If I get to see that