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.
Mizero Care Organization (MoC) is a Rwandan Non-Governmental Organization since 2013.
It aims at supporting youth to overcome psychological problems such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and be a beacon of hope to society. The organization was recognized for its role by HE Jeannette KAGAME, the First Lady of the Republic of Rwanda and chairperson of Imbuto Foundation together with the Ministry of Youth (Miniyouth currently known as MyCulture).
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.
IntraHealth, we are a global team of creative, committed humanitarians on a mission. We are advocates, technologists, health workers, and communicators. Program officers, finance experts, and technical leaders. We are passionate and diverse. And we're united in our belief that everyone everywhere should have the health care they need to thrive.
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.
UNICEF is committed to realising the rights of all children to help them build a strong foundation and have the best chance of fulfilling their potential. We believe that ensuring a happy and healthy child begins before birth: from ensuring that their mother has access to good neonatal care and delivers her baby in a clean, safe environment, to reaching adulthood as a responsible, healthy and informed parent. This journey relies on a child having access to shelter, good nutrition, clean water and sanitation, health care and education.
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.
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.