Nolan Quigley, our Director of Global Advocacy, shares his thoughts on the Kigali Declaration
Stephen Ucembe, Regional Advocacy Manager shares his reflections on the Rwanda – Kenya Learning exchange hosted by Hope and Homes for Children Rwanda
54 Commonwealth nations announce a historic, unanimous commitment to eliminate orphanages.
News and updates from our teams in Rwanda, India and Nepal.
Uwase was abandoned on the streets of Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, when she was only 10 months old. She was found by the police, and when they couldn’t trace her parents, they took her to an orphanage.
Uwera was abandoned in a bush as a baby. After several years in an orphanage, she was reunited with her rescuer.
The success of a groundbreaking project to close orphanages in Rwanda and Uganda, shows that all children can leave institutions for the warmth and security of a family, once they have the right support.
With no access to specialist family support, it was nearly impossible for Cary’s family to meet her additional needs. Read how Cary went on hunger strike to fight for her right to love and a family.
Elizabeth Niyongana recounts her search for a young boy’s family, and the day he left the orphanage for good after they were reunited.
SMS technology has revolutionised the way we find and support children with disabilities