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UNICEF Rwanda/2011/Noorani

Saving lives of children through Innovations in Rwanda
Rwanda is harnessing new technologies and innovations to reach mothers, newborns and young children across the country. The Govt of Rwanda with UNICEF has successfully used mobile technology to save lives of mothers & children through RapidSMS technology.

UNICEF Rwanda/2007/Pirozzi

Girls’ education in Rwanda
July 2013 - Girls’ education is among the top priorities for UNICEF worldwide. In Rwanda, we work with the Ministry of Education and partners to achieve access to quality education for every girl.

UNICEF Rwanda/2013/Rusanganwa

Combined measles-rubella campaign kicks off
13 Mar 2013 - Rwanda's combined measles-rubella vaccination campaign, launched today with the support of UNICEF and GAVI alliance partners, will ensure that nearly 5 million Rwandan children in are vaccinated against the two disabling and deadly diseases.

UNICEF Rwanda/2013/Mugabe

New Maternity Ward Opens in Matyazo, Rwanda
March 2013 - Hundreds of people gathered for the opening of the new Matyazo maternity ward located in Rwanda’s Huye District.

UNICEF Rwanda/2013

8th Annual National Children's Summit
January 2013 - Children from across Rwanda convened in the capital, Kigali, for the 8th Annual National Children’s Summit. Held in the national Parliament, the Summit provides a unique forum for children to participate in their country’s development.

UNICEF Rwanda/2011/Noorani

Rwanda's new Child Protection Law
Rwanda published the long awaited Law on the Rights and Protection of the Child. This law has been put in place to ensure that children across Rwanda, no matter who they are or where they live have the strongest possible legal protection framework.

UNICEF Rwanda/2012/Mugabe

7th Annual Children's Summit
The summit brought together children and policy makers to discuss how children could contribute to the 2nd Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy as well as ensure their rights to family life, quality healthcare and inclusive education.



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