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  • Ubutumwa ku kurandura Ihohoterwa rishingiye ku Gitsina

    Ubu ni ubutumwa bw ingenzi mu kurandura ihohoterwa rishingiye ku gitsina, bukaba busobanura icyo Ihohoterwa rishingiye ku gitsina icyaricyo, ndetse n' icyo wakora mu gihe habayeho ihohoterwa rishingiye ku gitsina

    202304180447_Ubutumwa ku Kurandura ihohoterwa.pdf

  • Status of sexual and reproductive health and provision of services to under-18 female victims of sexual violence at 7 IOSC in Rwanda

    This survey published in August 2019 was conducted thanks to the funding of the Scottish government by Oxfam in Rwanda in collaboration with the Rwanda interfaith council on health (RICH) and 7 Isange One stop Center involved 1951 female victims of sexual violence aged under 18 years to assess the status of reproductive health and provision of services to under 19 female victims of sexual violence

    202108200859_Final report_CSRHR study at 7 IOSC Aug 2019 (2).pdf

  • RICH Statement on COVID-19 Pandemic

    A pandemic is defined as an outbreak of a disease that occurs over a wide geographic area and affects an exceptionally high proportion of the population (Merriam-Webster dictionary) Since 2019, the pandemic named COVID-19 has been spreading all over the world starting from the city of Wuhan in China. The World Health Organization declared it as a pandemic on 11th March 2020 novel-coronavirus-2019. This pandemic is spreading at an unprecedented rate. it has now been identified in many countries among which Rwanda. The government of Rwanda has put in place several measures to respond to this pandemic by stopping its spread. RICH as The Rwanda Interfaith council on Health commends the efforts done by the Government of Rwanda in this response, it also is recommending Rwandans to increase their cooperation by abiding by the protocols. RICH through the chairman of its Board of directors has therefore shared a public statement on this COVID-19: