Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC) is a Rwandan Government Organization affiliated with the Ministry of Health. It implements policies and strategies set forth by the Ministry of Health. RBC seeks to promote quality, affordable and sustainable health care services to the population through innovative and evidence-based interventions and practices guided by ethics and professionalism.
The mission of the Ministry of Health is to provide and continually improve affordable promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health care services of the highest quality, thereby contributing to the reduction of poverty and enhancing the general well-being of the population. The Ministry of Health is responsible for setting policies and strategies for the entire health sector and for monitoring the implementation of these policies and strategies.
As one of the world’s largest healthcare companies, Johnson & Johnson is driven to enable better health for more people in more places.
Girl Effect was founded by the Nike Foundation in 2004, Girl Effect builds youth brands across multiple channels including mobile platforms to inspire and equip girls to make informed choices about their health, education, and economic future. Using social & behaviour change communication (SBCC) approaches, Girl Effect develops evidence-based SBCC campaigns linked to girl-focused brands to build her agency and motivate the adoption of safe behaviours. We work in thematic areas key to adolescents’ well-being, including health, education, and economic empowerment.
Established in Rwanda in 1984, CARE International in Rwanda has over thirty five years’ experience supporting women and girls in Rwanda’s rural communities, while working with the Government to effect lasting change, and strengthening civil society for localized impact.
Since 1994,The American Refugee Committee has built a team that can act quickly in emergencies - but who can think creatively, act compassionately, and constantly strive to be simply better. Our programs are diverse in Rwanda, with health, livelihoods, nutrition, protection, shelter, and sanitation and sanitation programs throughout the refugees camps where we work. Rwanda is a small country, but our team - and the people we serve - are mighty. Our health services save lives.
Tantine is a Rwandese social enterprise which uses innovation in solving pressing challenges around sexual and reproductive health. Since our foundation, one million youth have accessed our life-saving information via our app, website (https://www.tantine.rw/), SRHR Animated Videos and Tantine Playing Cards.
The Umbrella of Organisations of Persons with Disabilities in the Fight against HIV/AIDS & for Health Promotion (UPHLS) is a non-government organization operating in 30 districts of Rwanda. The thematic areas of intervention include: HIV/AIDS prevention, improved health and employability of persons with disabilities, inclusive health policies, and budgetary allocation.
Caritas Rwanda was established in 1960 by Catholic Bishops of Rwanda. It was officially recognized as a non-profit organization by the ministerial order nr 499/08 in 1962, and became a non-governmental organization according to the law no 06/2012 of 17/02/2012 governing the management and governance of religion-based institutions in Rwanda.
Faith Victory Association (FVA) is a Rwandan Religious-Based Organization legally operating in Rwanda as a Non-Government Organization with a legal status no 13/11.
FVA is one of the largest Rwandan NGOs with a strong mandate of working together with communities in order to facilitate processes that assist in eradicating poverty,child protection, preventing violence,preventing and controlling diseases especially HIV/AIDS, environmental protection, promoting equality within the communities and developing capacity building programs aimed at transforming the society.