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Community campaign to speak out against GBV

Gender based violence continues unabated and with concrete discussion in our families and villages, while sexual abuses are causing thousands of teen pregnancies with devastating consequences on girls... continue reading ➝

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National Religious Leaders Dialogue on Negative socio-cultural norms and practices that increase GBV in Rwanda

Rwanda has traditionally used dialogue to find out home-grown solutions; this has always been in our cultural values and historical heritage. continue reading ➝

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Workshop to strengthen the capacity of CSOs to advocate for SRHR and to fight SGBV

Fighting Gender Based Violence requires a comprehensive multi-disciplinary, multi-agency and multi-stakeholder approach. continue reading ➝

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Workshops on conflicts resolution in couples and Engaging men in positive masculinity to tackle GBV

Gender-based violence reflects and reinforces inequalities between men and women and compromise the health, dignity, security and autonomy of its victims. continue reading ➝

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RICH in the 16 days of activism against Gender-Based Violence

Every year starting on the 25th November 2018, The Rwanda Interfaith council on Health joins the world in the activities lining with the 16 days of activism. continue reading ➝

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Awareness campaign on ending violence against women and girls in Rubavu

On 24th October, 2018 in Rubavu District , Kanama Sector, the Rwanda Interfaith council on Health in partnership with Oxfam and Rubavu district organized an awareness campaign on ending violence again... continue reading ➝

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Training of Agents of change, champions and SGBV victims on SRHR, GBV prevention approaches and available services at IOSC.

On this 21st September 2018, the Rwanda Interfaith Council on Health (RICH) closed the trainings of agents of change, champions and SGBV Victims to engage them in GBV prevention and response. continue reading ➝

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Community awareness campaigns and outreaches to end SGBV

Gender equality is achieved when women and men, girls and boys, have equal rights, life prospects and opportunities, and the power to shape their own lives and are motivated to contribute to society d... continue reading ➝

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Training of Trainers (ToTs) of 90 religious leaders on couples HIV testing and counseling

Since 2011, RICH has specifically collaborated with the Ministry of Health through RBC in finding response to HIV/AIDS by coordinating interventions of Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) in HIV response continue reading ➝