Human Rights First Rwanda Association
Human Rights First Rwanda Association
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  • Work & Expertise
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  • Past Commitment
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Basic Information

Organization Name:
Human Rights First Rwanda Association
Organization Regions:
  • Africa
  • Organization Country Location:
    Pakistan
  • Organization City/Locality:
    Kigali
Operating Languages:
  • English
Organization mission and work description:

Striving to empower as well as promote, reinforce and safeguard human rights, rule of Law and good governance in Rwanda.

Organization's Contacts

  • Primary Contact Name:
    Mr. Nzovu Job Ruzage
  • Primary Contact Title:
    Executive Director
Additional Contacts Names:
  • Additional representative #1:
  • Additional representative #2:
    Brenda Kayitesi
  • Additional representative #3:
    Rodgers Amutwendize
  • Additional representative #4:
    Betty Mpinganzima

OUR INTERNATIONAL COALITION IS MADE UP OF MORE THAN 400 CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS

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Organization's Work & Expertise

Organization's SGD16 Expertise:
  • 16.1 - Significantly reduce all forms of violence and related death rates everywhere
Organization's Areas of Expertise:
  • Gender Equality

Current Commitment to SDG16+

Summary of commitment:

CEA has been able to carry out a number of projects which are as follows: Building capacities of the Grassroots communities on Human Rights Based Approach, reflecting on the Kenyan Constitution 2010, conducting trainings and mentorships.

Organization's priorities and work in relation to commitment:

CEA's main mission is to contribute to social transformation while addressing Human Rights Violation, gender inequality and social exclusion of the vulnerable, most being women, children and girls.

Organization's work related to TAP network's SGD16+ work & accountability for 2030 Agenda:

CEA's work relates to the TAP Network's work through SDG number 5 Gender equality through giving the all genders the opportunity to participate in community development, 4. quality education which is through trainings and enabling the grassroots communities understand their rights.

Plan on engaging in TAP's work as a Partner:
  • Thematic Working Groups

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Reports on Organization's Past Commitments