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Who We Are
Rwanda NGOs Forum on HIV/AIDS and Health Promotion (RNGOF on HIV/AIDS & HP) is a National network of National NGOs intervening in the Health and Human Rights Sector. The Forum has decentralized structures up to District level.
This Forum gathers 127 National NGO members intervening in different areas such as HIV, TB, Malaria, NCDs, Social Protection, Human rights, RMNCAH (Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health) and Research mainly targeting general population including key and priority populations i.e. MSM (Men who have Sex with Men), FSWs (Female Sex Workers), PWUDs/PWIDs (People Who Use Drugs/People Who Inject Drugs), Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW), Prisoners and Vulnerable Women.
Eradication of all barriers that could compromise the behavior change of Rwandan population by way of which men, women and children are protected from HIV/AIDS and PLWHA are able to partake in the same rights as all citizens.
To promote, coordinate, build capacity, advocate for, monitor and evaluate activities of member NGOs engaged in the Health and Human Rights Sector in Rwanda, Networking and Advocacy for civil society involvement in all National Health related programs including HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria program, RMNCAH, Human Rights, Social Protection and Policy Development in order to improve the living conditions of the affected communities.
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“Stepping Up the Fight against HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria and other diseases demands investments; and Africa would fully benefit from a sustainable health sector financing only if African governments took priority in mobilizing internal resources and increasing investments in the health sector and the 6th Replenishment of the Global Fund”
“All key Stakeholders’ mobilization strategy has been instrumental for Rwanda Civil Society involvement and applying evidence informed advocacy and delivery of Health Services”.
“Female Sex Workers and their Children are people that need to be treated with full dignity. They have a right to Health and Education”.
Latest News & Events
A baseline study conducted by Rwanda NGO Forum on HIV/AIDS and Health Promotion (RNGOF on HIV/AIDS & HP) has shown...
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