Nearly 3,000 local leaders have been educated and engaged to fight gender-based violence by promoting the concept of “positive masculinity”
Bernadette Murekatete is one of six mother leaders who participated in the starters training for caregivers from Kigeme refugee camp. She and other mother leaders gather around the table to learn how to develop toys from locally sourced and recycled materials such as bottle caps, rice bags and
Kigali, Rwanda – On the 25th of October, Rwandan women, men, boys and girls marched four kilometers from the Kigali Metropolitan Police station in Muhima to Maison des Jeunes in the Kimisagara sector, to raise awareness on the elimination of violence against women and girls.
Kigali, Rwanda — Several stakeholders were present at a showcasing event of the joint intervention project for the Agaseke weaving cooperative in Kigali, including the One UN and Tigo (a mobile telecommunications company).
Kigali, Rwanda - On a sunny Tuesday in the southern Nyarugugu district, 75 UN Women-supported Rwandan women and men gather in their best clothes to graduate from their Farmer Field School (FFS) program.
Kigali, Rwanda – The 2013 Rwandan Parliamentary elections ushered in a record-breaking 64 per cent of seats won by women candidates. The Government of Rwanda, with the UN as a key partner, has been pursuing gender equality since 1994.