Protection of children’s rights and responses to humanitarian emergencies
every child has the right to be protected and to have his best interests guaranteed
Improving physical and mental well-being
Protecting children from psychological and physical abuse
- Reunification between children and families of origin: identify the different vulnerabilities of children and prioritise the family unit
- Psychosocial support: to protect children’s mental health from the traumas linked to the lack of affection and the various forms of violence suffered in childhood in order to develop their resilience.
- Nanje Nobaho canteen: a food programme in a temporal space to improve somatic health, offering a healthy and balanced diet to children
- Child sponsorship: intergenerational solidarity instituted to build emotional and social ties and provide moral and material assistance to the neediest children in the community.
June 12, 2020
Children's rights protection
Education, Help, Assistance
Improving access to education and school attendance
improving school indicators such as drop-out rates, success and completion
- Enrolment of children in school: ensure that the child is educated in a school
- School support: build capacity in subjects learned at school to increase the success rate.
- School-Nanje Nobaho collaboration: quarterly follow-up to exchange on the progress of children reintegrated into school, benefits and challenges in the school environment.
Children are the roots of a country. If they don’t receive a good and appropriate education earlier; it’s a ruin for their country.
– Anitha IRAKOZE, Nanje Nobaho Godmother
Responding to humanitarian emergencies in communities affected by shocks
Hygiene promotion: access to the services of a hair salon (dental hygiene, hairdressing, hand and foot washing), a training session on personal hygiene and hygiene kits.
Intervention in IDP sites.
Charitable assistance and donations: foundraising to assist people affected by shocks or the most needy