Organization to achieve its mission of creating space and provide opportunities
to children, youth, and women for their integral development and healthy life
hence enable them reach their full potential intervenes in various programs
which include the Education program, Adolescents and Youth Sexual and
Reproductive Health and Rights (AYSRHR) and Family Planning (FP), Youth and
women’s empowerment and livelihoods improvement, Child protection and
wellbeing, Environment protection and climate change resilience, Emergence
Responses, Gender and ICT.
Adolescents and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (AYSRHR) and Family Planning (FP) program.
Since 2018 up to date, Save Generations Organization funded by Kvinna Till Kvinna is implementing a project on Empowerment of adolescents and young girls in school on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). This is a project that intends to increase access to SRHR information and services to adolescents and youth in school, in order to enable them make informed and responsible choices and decisions over their bodies as well as to exercise their SRHR.
The project is implemented in the schools of GS Kabasare, GS Remera Indangamirwa, Gs Ngamba and GS Bugoba in Kamonyi district, GS Gasogi, GS Ruhanga, GS Ndera and GS Kabuga in Gasabo district.
Youth and women's empowerment and livelihoods improvement program.
Child protection and wellbeing program.
In this programs Save Generations Organization intervenes in the activities that intend to promote and protect children’s rights, their education, and their wellbeing. We work with children, parents, schools, teachers and communities to raise their awareness on child rights, positive parenting and childcare. This is done through raising awareness of children, parents, teachers and religious leaders, local leaders on child rights.
Environment protection and climate change resilience program.
In November 2020, Save Generations Organization funded by Rwanda Green Fund, FONERWA has been awarded to implement a project entitled ‘’Empowerment of women and youth to climate change resilience and environmental protection in Nyagatare district’’ which aims to empower the women and youth for climate change resilience and environment conservation through biomass replacement and wastes management by providing cooking stoves and briquettes to reduce deforestation, gender-based violence and create green jobs to youths in 5 sectors of Nyagatare District (Rwimiyaga, Nyagatare, Tabagwe, Mimuri and karangazi sector).
Emergence Responses program.
Since the COVID 19 pandemic occurred in Rwanda, there has been government intervention and strong effort in the prevention of its spread, and some of the measures taken are to wear face mask, cleaning hands with water and soap. But from the rapid assessment conducted by Save Generations Organization to their right holders on impact of COVD 19 to right holders in Kamonyi and Gasabo Districts, findings revealed that project right holders were limited to access the COVID 19 preventive materials due to their economic welfare hinted by COVID 19. The same to the Rweru community from Bugesera districts, especially Rweru IDP model village, most families are poor and it is difficult for them to afford even buy a single face mask and hygiene soap for themselves and their families, some cases one face mask is shared among the whole family, which is prohibited due to COVID 19 prevention measures and those challenges prevent to respect COVID 19 prevention measures. This community faced food shortage especially in this pandemic period as reported by the community members and local leaders.
In this regards, Save Generations Organization through its emergency program, intervened in COVID 19 prevention by providing preventive materials to right holders from Kamonyi, Gasabo and to the Rweru IDP model village community from Bugesera.
Gender and ICT program.
Following Generation Equality Forum 2021 held on 30th June to 2 July 2021 in Paris and Rwanda Commitment in that forum, Save Generations Organization funded by Urgent Action Fund Africa for womn’s Humman Rights (UAF) conducted an Awareness and advocacy campaign on bridging the gender digital divide between men and women in Rwanda for promotion of the use of technology for gender equality in Rwanda. This was done through the use of different social media platforms, a Webinar meeting, radio and TV shows.