The Rwanda Interfaith Council on Health (RICH) was established in 2003 under the name of “Rwanda Network of Religious Organizations against HIV/AIDS (RCLS)” as a non-profit making organization to fight HIV and AIDS by ensuring effective coordination of FBOs interventions for the response to HIV/AIDS in Rwanda.
Although the Network was initiated for HIV, it is now involved in other health issues such as family planning, maternal and infant health, malaria, tuberculosis, nutrition, hygiene, and non-communicable diseases....
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Defiled, impregnated by her dad, Grace** wants to write another story
Her voice cracking and hands trembling, Grace sorrowfully narrates her journey through the valley of depression. But she says meeting RICH through the Claiming Social Reproductive Health project shall... continue reading ➝
Religious Leaders Are Stepping Up Their Role In Malaria Prevention Through Social Behavior Change Communication
Reverend Assiel Musabyimana , Bishop of Kigeme Anglican Diocese says that using the platform of religious denomination , the religious leaders are stepping up their role in encouraging community membe... continue reading ➝
Launch of the ECD sermon guide based on biblical and Quran scriptures
Globally, children do not meet their developmental potential yet grace is to a strong beginning that brings about children’s healthy life, provision of entire access to early learning, good nutrition,... continue reading ➝
Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020: Periods don’t stop for pandemics
May 28 is universally recognized as the Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day), which aims to break persisting taboos around menstruation, raise awareness about the importance of menstrual hygiene management... continue reading ➝
High level meeting on the role of religious leaders in ending GBV
Gender-based violence is deeply rooted in gender discrimination and inequality, social norms, negative beliefs, and gender stereotypes. Given the devastating impact of gender-based violence on women a... continue reading ➝