Rwanda programme plan 2015

Rwanda programme plan 2015

01 January 2015

Despite its recently positive record in development and economic growth, Rwanda is nevertheless still ranked 167 out of 187 in the 2013 Human Development Index.

Rwanda continues to face the significant challenge of hunger and high levels of chronic malnutrition, 44% of children under five malnourished.

The 2015 country programme plan is aligned with Rwanda’s national governmental objectives. It addresses the needs of the most vulnerable groups in the country by assisting them to meet their basic needs and increase their productive assets. It also seeks to reduce inequality by improving women’s influence in decision making at a household level.

Here is an excerpt from the plan which is downloadable in full at the link below:

In 2015, we will seek to enhance our efforts to ensure that both the strategic and practical needs of women are addressed through the promotion of the Men Engage approach. In addition, 2015 will see the presentation of the final results of two of our flagship programmes in Rwanda: the Agri-Nutrition and Graduation programmes ... As 2015 marks the end of the most recent country strategic plan, we will also be embarking on an exercise to elaborate our strategy for the next five years, which will consist of a deep analysis of the priorities of stakeholders and the context within Rwanda.

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Rwanda programme plan 2015

Concern’s country programme for Rwanda in 2015 addresses the needs of the most vulnerable groups in the country by assisting them to meet their basic needs and increase their productive assets.