Contributing to the creation of society where children, women and men’s rights are equal and respected for a sustainable development.
Promotion and protection of women and children’s rights using international and national legal frameworks and policies.
- Promoting equal rights and duties for both genders in the economic, judicial, social-cultural and political fields according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), international conventions and pacts ratified by Rwanda, and Rwandan legislation;
- Promoting the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Children (CRC);
- Actively working to eradicate of all forms of discrimination against women;
- Supporting activities which help women become aware of their rights, duties and of their role in society;
- Researching, analyzing and identifying the underlying causes of the problems encountered by women and children so that appropriate solutions can be found.
- Advocating in favor of women and children before influential groups, political leaders and bilateral and multilateral agencies.
- Commitment : Haguruka staff and members and partners are committed to the values and success of the organization.
- Confidentiality : Confidentiality is the ethical principle of ensuring that information is kept private and is only accessible to those who are authorized to have access
- Cooperation : Cooperation is the process of working together to achieve shared goals and Haguruka believes in that one
- Democratic Leadership :Haguruka promotes participative leadership to ensure that members and partners are involved in decision making processes
- Ethical Accountability : Haguruka strives to improve organizational performance by developing and promoting responsible tools and professional expertise
- Partnership : Partnership is a deliberate collaboration with actors similarly motivated to combat issues relevant to Haguruka’s mission and vision.
- Volunteerism : The willingness of people to work on behalf of others without the motivation of financial gain is a central tenet of Haguruka’s sustainability