MBWIRANDUMVA Initiative

Together we can make change towards our vulnerable & Their Formation

we provide:

  • counselling to our beneficiaries
  • support income generating activities and
  • social welfare programs
Our overarching objective is to reduce poverty among our beneficiaries and trauma healing as it's the only foundation on which other developments may be built.

MBWIRANDUMVA BACKGROUND

MBWIRANDUMVA is a local non-profit making organization with legal status, legally registered by RGB and it has created in 1996 with mission to deal with gender issues of vulnerable raped women and girls infected by HIV/AIDS and others were left widows with large number of children born on genocide perpetrators and now are living in critical life conditions with poor health, poverty, hopeless, trauma and stigma feelings.

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Tackling Poverty in our country

MBWIRANDUNVA TVET School was emanated from MBWIRANDUNVA INITIATIVES's mission statement of supporting the vulnerable of genocide survivors with remarkable effects of trauma, health problems and other related negative impacts to the Rwandan community.

Unite The Society through counselling

Trauma Counseling is a method that is especially used to treat emotional and mental wounds where the victims carried out different symptoms of trauma in a variety way

Provision of vocational training skills in various trade:

Couture/tailoring, Hair braiding and saloon, Handcrafts; Specific emphasis has been put on trainings as they are also introduced to managing skills income generating project planning. Plan to put up a YOUTHS RESOURCE CENTRE are in the pipeline

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We’ve funded Charity projects for vulnerable women around the country from 1996 up to now

SUCCESSFUL PROJECTS AT MBWIRANDUMVA

MBWIRANDUMVA SUCCESSFUL STORIES

In 2000
MBWIRANDUMVA during the sessions of counselling, the women's practices agony and recovery
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In 2000
MBWIRANDUMVA during the sessions of counselling, the women's practices agony and recovery
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Living shelter in 1996
MBWIRANDUMVA Initiative constructed houses to the beneficiaries in KABEZA/REMERA
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How to start
Some lost all their properties and have no where to start a living
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One other thing we noted
Was that these vulnerablewomen feel the need to help themselves .But they usually lack the enabling capacity; no houses for residents,stigma feelings ...counselling was needed first
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Counselling sessions to regain hope of life
MBWIRANUMVA Is large family of girls and women collectively with their children who encountered great difficulties during 1994 Genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda
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Sustaining for themselves
As we were drawing up plans to start on small scale income generating activities,we encouraged residents in each village and help them with goats,hen and even cows and we believed this will be a sound investment in self-sufficiency and self-reliance
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By giving to MBWIRANDUMVA Initiative you can help change lives. Tears of despair may be transformed into real hope for the insecure women and girls

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