Rwanda Partner Organizations

Global Communities Rwanda signed sub-agreements and contracts with Rwanda Partner Organizations (RPOs) to cascade the program into the communities.

African Evangelistic Enterprise (AEE)

African Evangelistic Enterprise Rwanda is part of a larger organization, the African Enterprise (AE), which operates in 10 countries. AEE Rwanda works on a range of community transformation and socio-economic development initiatives including gender and child rights promotion, formal and in-formal education, health, nutrition, clean water, and HIV/AIDS education. AEE Rwanda works in partnership with local communities to develop community institutions and build governance capacity to address poverty in Rwanda. AEE Rwanda prioritizes community mobilization, training, advocacy and learning from programmatic interventions as a means of improving their services. AEE implements the USAID Ejo Heza acitivites in Huye, Gisagara and Nyamagabe districts and the USAID Twiyubake activities in Nyarugenge, Kicukiro, Gasabo, and Kamonyi districts. Read more

Caritas Rwanda

Caritas Rwanda was established in 1960 and officially authorized as a non-profit association by in 1962. Today, Caritas Rwanda operates at national level.  Since September 1965 Caritas Rwanda has been affiliated with Caritas International.  Its mission is to organize, foster, direct and support charitable actions in the service of the poor and all categories of vulnerable people; help people and families that are particularly afflicted, without discrimination on the grounds of race, religion or sex; and represent and safeguard the organization’s interests, actions and services in dealings with public authorities and official institutions.  Caritas Rwanda wants to give people back the human dignity denied to them by social marginalization, poverty and injustice. It would like to see the poorest social categories manage to take charge of themselves, individually or through social solidarity, in order to fulfil their dignity. Caritas implements the USAID Ejo Heza acitivites in Ngororero, Rutsiro and Karongi districts and the USAID Twiyubake activities in Nyamasheke, Rutsiro, and Gicumbi districtsRead more

DUHAMIC ADRI 

DUHAMIC is a local non-profit organization based in the Kicukiro District.  DUHAMIC was created in 1980 by a group of Rwandans who observed the need for rural development.  DUHAMIC has the following objectives: the fight against the marginalization of rural areas; stimulating the creation and consolidation of associations, cooperatives and farmers groups; strengthening the actions of farmer associations by initiating and encouraging the development of autonomous organizational structures; support for initiatives of rural populations in different areas of development. DUHAMIC implements the USAID Ejo Heza acitivites in Nyanza, Huye, Gisagara, Nyamagabe and Nyaruguru districts and the USAID Twiyubake activities in Huye district. Read more

Eglise Presbytérienne au Rwanda (EPR)

EPR (for the French name "Église Presbyteriénne au Rwanda") is composed of 7 autonomous presbyteries located all around the country. The office of the General Synod, which acts as the Headquarters of the Church, is located in Kigali. It is in charge of most of the administration and organization of the Church. EPR has a development organization that works in collaboration with many local and international organizations as well as the Government of Rwanda.  It is also involved in environmental protection projects and in the diversification of rural knowledge and capacity. EPR has projects related to education, community development, and healthcare.  EPR implements the USAID Twiyubake activities in the district of Karongi. Read more

Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Rwanda (FXB)

FXB started its activities in Rwanda a few months after the 1994 genocide. The association started by rebuilding 528 homes to rehouse orphans and children made vulnerable by this tragedy. Since 1995, more than one million adults and children benefited from FXB’s presence in their communities through its programs for sustainable community development and poverty eradication (entitled FXB Village), infrastructure rehabilitation, education and access to water and sanitation.  FXB implements the USAID Twiyubake activities in the Burera and Musanze districts. Read more

Young Women’s Christian Association of Rwanda (YWCA)

Young Women’s Christian Association of Rwanda (YWCA) is an award-winning non-governmental, non-profit organization that works at the grassroots level.  It is a volunteer membership organization for women, girls and vulnerable people established in 1995 and legally recognized by the Government of Rwanda in 2005.  Currently, YWCA Rwanda has more than 1500 members – volunteers.  Its programs directly reach nearly 20,000 beneficiaries including girls and young women (30 and below), Orphans and Vulnerable Children Heading Households (OVC), most vulnerable women (HIV/AIDS positive, widows and historically marginalized women).  YWCA implements the USAID Twiyubake activities in the Kayonza district. Read more 


 

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