Claiming Sexual Reproductive Health Rights & Prevention and response to Gender Based Violence in Rwanda
Under this program, RICH collaborates with different stakeholders directly involved in the prevention of GBV. Those partners include international development partners and national partners such as MIGEPROF, the Ministry of Health (MoH), Rwanda National Police (RNP), Local Authorities and District Hospitals to address the gaps related to attitudinal change, institutional capacity building and empowerment of women to ensure that women in targeted districts can enjoy equal rights and live free from discrimination and any kind violence.
The main focus of this project are:
Prevention of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV):
The project focuses on the prevention of SGBV through awareness campaigns, dialogues and workshops as well as training of opinion leaders for positive change in social attitudes and norms.
Capacity building of Isange One Stop Centers:
in the 6 targeted districts for high quality services: with increased linkages with community and follow-up of SGBV victims through training on psychosocial support, home visits for special cases and meetings with victims through support groups.
Social Economic Reintegration:
through empowering SGBV victims for economic resilience and reduction of GBV incidence.