AEE Rwanda was established in 1984, with the work best being characterized in two phases, the pre-genocide period (1984-1994), and the post-genocide period (1994-present).
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.
FXB Rwanda is affiliated with FXB International (FXBI), an international NGO created in 1989 by Albina du Boisrouvray to honor and sustain the humanitarian commitment of her only son François-Xavier Bagnoud, a helicopter pilot who lost his life during a mission in Mali at age of 24. In 1989, his mother, family and friends founded FXB to continue his spirit of rescue and perpetuate the values of generosity and compassion that guided his life.
The vision of the Rwanda Education Board is to improve the quality of basic education through curriculum development, development and management of teachers, assessment, and promotion of the use of information and communication technology in education.
Society for Family Health (SFH) Rwanda was established in 2012 following a partnership arrangement between Population Services International (PSI), the Government of Rwanda (through the Ministry of Health) and USAID.
Umurage Communication for Development (UmC) is locally-registered Rwandan organization specializing in developing behavior change communication programs through radio drama.