The main objective of Solid Africa is to provide aid to the most vulnerable patients of Rwandan public hospitals. The organization was founded in September 2010, by a small group of young professionals who recognized the problems facing certain patients. As more and more young people (currently about fifty) joined the movement, each brought with them valuable resources essential to the development of Solid Africa. Consequently, the project rapidly expanded and evolved. With every step forward, this organization has grown to provide support for many different measures of awareness.
With solidarity as its cardinal principle, Solid Africa strives to bring together and mobilize all members of society—from individuals to companies—in order to create an organization that thrives on
intersectional help.
In collaboration with Solid Africa, Pink Ubuntu provides to each of its employee a free daily meal to ensure quality food!

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For vulnerable patients in public hospitals

Africa Improved Foods is a Rwandan organism whose objective is to address malnutrition and stunting in the country and the East-African region by manufacturing affordable, locally sourced and high-quality nutritious complementary foods. The primary beneficiaries of these complementary nutritious foods are pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, older infants above six months as well as young children.

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A loving home for every child

SOS Children’s Village works to keep families together by providing quality alternative care and strenghten families when needed such as insure safeguard and advocate for the rights of children, teach and train and protecting children in emergencies.
SOS Children’s Villages also provides input
into the development of policy frameworks, for example in the areas of development cooperation and social policy. Together we help to reduce poverty and support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals we stand for.

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In 2001, Protection and Care of Families against HIV/AIDS (PACFA) was established as a project under the Office of the First Lady, to mobilize resources desperately needed in the fight against HIV/AIDS. This initiative primarily focused on providing a holistic approach for dignifed lives of families, including women deliberately infected with HIV/AIDS during the Genocide against the Tutsi.

Over the years, PACFA grew to embrace more programmes and in 2007, it changed its name to Imbuto Foundation to reflect its evolution and new fields of activity, through programmes in health, education, youth and economic empowerment.

Literally translated Imbuto means “seed”. A seed well planted, watered, nurtured and given all the necessary support successfully grows into a healthy plant; one that reaches high and stands tall. This vision shapes the Imbuto Foundation’s current initiatives and future projects.

In 2013, Her Excellency Mrs Jeannette Kagame launched the Early Childhood Development and Family (ECD&F) programme, to support the holistic development of children aged 0 to 6 years old. The goal of the programme is to ensure that children are intellectually stimulated, healthy and safe, while their families and communities are trained as caregivers.

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