Gender-Responsive WASH

Wash towards improving gender

A room constructed for girls' privacy during menstruation

In schools working for improving hygiene conditions has generated greater impact in girls attendance and especially during menstruation period.

Wash towards improving gender2

Community members participate in an activity on gender roles

COFORWA supports challenging social norms to improve gender roles on water, sanitation, and hygiene in accordance with the Rwandan cultural context. Taking into account women’s roles in addition to their other household chores is important to achieve household and community WASH goals. We then encourage women to partake to the leadership positions of water committees and cooperatives and in other decision-making opportunities in the WASH realm.

Contact Us

Jean Paul KINYANGO

Executive Director

   P: +250 788 303 389, +250 786 850 351

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 Jean Damascene NDAHIMANA

Legal Representative

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  We are located in Muhanga District,

near the Rwanda Management Institute

P.O. Box 3152 Kigali

P.O. Box 57 Muhanga

 

 

 

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PARTNERS AND DONORS

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PNEAR |Districts and Provinces | ICRC |Pain pour le Monde| PROTOS; SNV; WaterAid; CARE International

 

 

OUR PARTNERS

             

EWSA|Solidarité protestante| AICTM| ICCO| MISEREOR| Service LaÏque de Coopé-ration au Dévelopment (SLCD)| CARE International

                     

 

FTK|ABR (Association Belgique Rwanda)| NCOS| Broeder lijk Delen|CR| PUM | UN agencies : UNICF and UNHCR

 

 

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