Thursday, January 31, 2019

From children reintegration into family-based care to building a strong child protection system

Since 2013, 3,151 out of 3,323 children living in 33 orphanages have safely been placed into family based care through the ‘Tubarere Mu Muryango’ program /Let’s Raise Children in the Family (TMM), implemented by the Government of Rwanda in partnership with UNICEF and different NGOs with financial support from USAID.

The TMM program is a national program that was established to implement the Strategy for National Child Care Reform (2012). The Strategy originated from children of Rwanda, during the 7th National Children’s Summit in early 2012, when they stated their wish to see every child in Rwanda growing up in a loving and protective family. Read More