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Capacity development of partners and stakeholders

ENHANCING WOMEN’S RIGHTS,QUALITATIVE PARTICIPATION AND FREEDOM FROM VIOLENCE IN RWANDA

Since January 2018, Haguruka has conducted series of trainings on Gender-Based Violence and preventive measures for the Rwandan youths, families, law enforcement agencies and policy makers among others from Gasabo and Musanze District. The sessions aimed at raising public awareness on GBV prevention and the live in a Peaceful Family

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TRAINING LOCAL AUTHORITIES FROM GASABO DISTRICT ON GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE

Haguruka, in partnership with Kvinna Till Kvinna, is implementing a project entitled “Ingo z’amahoro”. The Ingo z’Amahoro project aims to strengthen the capacity and knowledge of partners and stakeholders with regards to legal frameworks pertaining to gender-based violence, available services, referral structures and procedures to follow. Haguruka officially launched this

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Training on land laws in Ngoma district

Haguruka, in collaboration with SIDA (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) and RLMUA (Rwanda Land Management and Use Authority) conducted a training on understanding, applying and harmonizing the legal framework governing land rights. The invited participants included; 64 Executive Secretaries at cell level and 64 chairpersons of the land committee at

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REFRESHER WORKSHOP ON SENSITIZING COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY CASES LINKED WITH THE GENOCIDE PERPETRATED AGAINST THE TUTSI IN 1994

Haguruka is implementing a project entitled “JUSTICE et MEMOIRE “. This project will be implemented over the course of five years (2017-2021) and is funded by the Belgian Directorate General for Development (DGD). The project aims to help communities affected by specific cases related to the 1994 Genocide against the

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TRAINING ON RWANDA’S GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE LEGAL FRAMEWORK, SERVICES, REFERRAL STRUCTURES AND PROCEDURES

Haguruka, in partnership with TROCAIRE, organized a training on 21-22 December 2017 at Nyanza Heritage Hotel, with the aim of increasing the knowledge and awareness of opinion leaders on gender-based violence and available prevention and management laws and policies in Rwanda. The training workshop was officially opened by the Vice

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