• More than twenty years after the genocide, the country still suffers from the highest level of post-traumatic stress disorder in the region. Humanity & Inclusion strengthens community-based approaches to mental health care to better support Rwandans suffering from psychological trauma. In addition, it aims to develop community-based action focused on the prevention of gender-based violence.

    Through this project Humanity & Inclusion does local and national advocacy to add mental health and sexual violence issues to the political agenda. These actions complement a second project that carries out awareness-raising and advocates for the strengthening of child protection processes in Rwanda, with the aim of protecting children from sexual violence.