Rwanda

  • We are helping to re-build trust in communities affected by conflict.

    We are helping to re-build trust in communities affected by conflict.
  • Helping communities protect and support children is an essential part of our work in Rwanda.

    Helping communities protect and support children is an essential part of our work in Rwanda.
  • The IRC is helping to rebuild and reunite communities torn apart by war.

    The IRC is helping to rebuild and reunite communities torn apart by war.
  • The IRC is promoting and supporting education for girls.

    The IRC is promoting and supporting education for girls.
  • Working directly with children helps us understand their needs and develop better programmes for them.

    Working directly with children helps us understand their needs and develop better programmes for them.

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Overview

The International Rescue Committee began relief operations in Rwanda immediately following the 1994 genocide, restoring infrastructure and providing emergency supplies.

Today, the IRC continues to support Rwandans by encouraging development and democracy and protecting women and children.

How we help
  • The IRC is keeping children safe and healthy with community-based health care.
  • The IRC is preventing sexual violence and providing support for survivors.
  • The IRC is promoting democracy and reliable local government.
  • The IRC is reestablishing trust and sustainable economic growth.

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