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TUBIVUGEHO’s peer educator on a mission to end teenage pregnancy in his village

Official statistics show that the numbers of teenage girls impregnated has been increasing from 17,849 in 2017 to 19,832 in 2018 to n estimation of 23,544 in 2019 and the eastern province has been registering the most of these teen pregnancies. Nyagatare and Gatsibo district have been scooping the first and second place along those

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Conference on the role of the youth in cementing liberation values: 27 years into the journey of liberation

On 5th July 2021, RWW in collaboration with Patriotism Organization Rwanda hosted a virtual conference on the role of the youth in cementing liberation values: 27 years into the journey of liberation. July 4th is an emblematic date for Rwanda as it marked the end of the long and courageous battle to liberate the country.

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Communication as a tool to promote sustainable peace

Last Wednesday, Rwanda We Want organization conducted a communication for peace workshop inpartnership with Interpeace and Bugesera district with the support of the European Union.Taking place at Savannah Center in Bugesera district, these trainings aimed at equipping 42 young peoplefrom Bugesera district with critical thinking skills to analyze and adopt good information whiledisregarding the bad

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The Tales of the Dark Can Only Be Told by the Night Traveler: An open letter of a person with a mental illness

Mental health is still a subject that many Rwandans have little to no knowledge about. This lack of awareness gives room to a lot of misconceptions about the subject: some people think that any mental illness equates to inability to be an active member of the society and that one can never recover from that

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“SRH is as equally important as our physical health”: Our Deputy Chairperson during the launch of Tubivugeho SRH training

On a bright sunny Thursday, 01 April, in the flat short hilly Gatsibo, the long awaited launch of training sessions about sexual and reproductive health in partnership with USAID- Ingobyi activity finally took place after being kept on hold due to COVID-19 thathad its grips on the world’s neck. While officiating the launch of Tubivugeho

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