KEEPCARE Rwanda is a national non-governmental organization that works to improve the lives of vulnerable teenagers through social-economic empowerment and building support for gender equality among them. It was created to make a difference by improving the lives and livelihoods of unwed teenage mothers, teen prostitutes, adolescents affected and infected with HIV/AIDS, unaccompanied teenagers, children with disabilities, and albinos.
KEEPCARE is fully committed to providing its contribution to ongoing national, regional, and international efforts through the promotion of gender equality and the prevention of sexual gender-based violence. We believe that by doing so, we can make a significant contribution to making Rwanda a better, teenager-friendly society free of gender inequality, violence, and exclusion, and reduced poverty.
KEEPCARE Rwanda focuses on four (4) principal programmes to support its mission of improving the lives of vulnerable teenagers through socio-economic empowerment, eradicate Gender-Based Violence and prevention of unwed teenage pregnancies.
Socio-economic empowerment Programme
Social protection Programme
Research and Advocacy Programme
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We are a non-government organization that works to improve the lives of vulnerable teenagers through social-economic empowerment and building support for gender equality among teenagers.