VISION: HDP aims to become a Rapid Action organization, the most dynamic in Africa, which designs innovative and sustainable solutions adapted to the changing context, to ensure a better and more developed life, for Rwandans particularly and Africans in general.
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Health Development Initiative is a Rwandan non-governmental organization founded in 2005 with the aim of working towards a society where every person enjoys the highest standards of health and wellbeing.
HDI’s mission is to empower individuals, communities and institutions to promote community health and development. Through a rights-based approach, HDI builds sustainable alliances to advocate for and support health-friendly policies and services for every Rwandan regardless of social, cultural, or economic status.
Kigali Hope Organization (KHO) is a youth civil society organization whose members and beneficiaries are young people living with HIV. The organization is registered by Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) and the registration number is 466/RGB/NGO/12/2018. KHO is the only network of young people living with HIV in Rwanda.
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.
RAB has the general mission of developing agriculture and animal resources through research, agricultural and animal resources extension in order to increase agricultural and animal productivity as well as their derived.
Save Generations Organization (SGO) is a Rwandan National NGO dedicated to protect the rights of children, youth and women, prepare, empower and equip the future generations.
In Rwanda, SNV delivers advisory services to local organisations throughout the country, helping to realise the national development goals in the agriculture, energy and water, sanitation & hygiene sectors.
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.
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 Ihangane Project is a nonprofit healthcare organization that began in 2008 as a grassroots effort to address health challenges in Rwanda.