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....
News & Stories
Rape survivor defies odds and finds lover Alice*** weds next month!
Upon being defiled, many victims live with trauma for the rest of their lives and often get bouts of suicidal thoughts and a feeling of hopelessness which never goes away. It doesn’t get any better wh... continue reading ➝
How RICH gave us a second honeymoon 26years into marriage
Joseph Birukirakuvuga and wife Pelagie Nyiranzeyimana were formally a conflicting couple but are today reunited, thanks to the RICH’s intervention through CSRHR project. continue reading ➝
Gov’t applaud RICH’s plan to restore hope to teen mothers
Local government authorities applaud the good fight Rwanda Interfaith Council on Health is championing in combating gender-based violence under its project dubbed “Claiming Social Reproductive Health... continue reading ➝
Churchgoers hail RICH for advancing family harmony
Church-goers in Kamonyi district, south Rwanda have commended Rwanda Interfaith Council on Health (RICH) for promoting family harmony and putting it on their leaders’ daily sermon, saying it is the fo... continue reading ➝
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 ➝