Capacity Building & Economic Livelihood

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The Challenge

When a girl gets pregnant she is forced to drop out of school for pregnancy and she after delivery she cannot go back in school mostly because pregnancy has simply amplified poverty.

The Solution

Hope for Rwanda has then developed a program that provide continuous capacity building in form of trainings, workshops, mentoring, career guidance on topics other than Human rights, Entrepreneurship, project management etc…

Trained single mothers

Entrepreneurship training

Business initiated

Target Number in one year

Projects 

BUILD (Becoming Unique, Independent, Literate and Different)

There is a relationship between Teenage motherhood with poor economic outcomes, Many teen mothers live in negative economic conditions ​caused by incomplete education, poor backgrounds and ignorance that don’t allow them to find and keep well-paying jobs or other opportunities, henceforth Hope for Rwanda has sought to not only establish a platform that defend their rights but also one that help them become self-reliant as individuals through a rehabilitative and empowerment approach to provide them with skills and opportunities to become successful women.

Learn & Create

Teaching teen mothers sewing, tailoring and handcraft is a wonderful opportunity to help young minds be creative, develop confidence, learn practical life skills and just have productive fun. Hope for Rwanda started “Learn & Create” project to strengthen other skills that teen mothers get from other training and elsewhere by adding value to practical knowledge.