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RVCP Celebrates the menstrual hygiene day at rukira secondary school

Theme: Menstruation is a normal biological process and a sign of good health. Pyramid program has cerebrated the menstrual hygiene day with students girls and boys from Group Scholaire de Rukira the 28/05/2015 with “Menstruation is a normal biological process and a sign of good health” as the theme of the day which inspired the organizers to invite both girls and boys from the school to cerebrate together the Menstrual hygiene day. Students(girls and boys) have exposed different problems girls [...]

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Oral Health awareness and education initiative begins

The Rwanda Village Concept Project in collaboration with students from Maryland University initiated the Oral Health Awareness initiative aiming at educating primary school children the importance of having and maintaining oral hygiene. Following a needs assessment that was carried out at Rukara Primary school, teaching sessions were conducted, once the students completed the teaching sessions, they were also given tooth brushes and tooth pastes as lack of these tools was one of the major problems identified in this school. More [...]

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Malaria on the rise again, RVCP cautions Mbazi residents

Through its malaria prevention program, Rwanda Village Concept Project, RVCP, warned Mbazi sector residents to be precautious about malaria which is on rise again. The youth-led organization called on citizens to make the fight against malaria outbreak their own after the monthly community service, Umuganda, held on Saturday, April 30 in Mbazi sector, Huye district of the Southern Province of Rwanda.The one-hour long interactive conversation between RVCP and hundreds of the local population who participated in Umuganda, focused on how [...]

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Rwanda Village Concept Project provided goats to vulnerable younger mothers

 In the dusk of 21st December 2016, at the office of Ngoma sector-HUYE district, there has been an inspiring event of providing 11 goats to 11 young mothers from three anti HIV/AIDS clubs which are Kaburemera, Matyazo and Nyakagezi clubs in other to improve their standard of living . This project has been done by Rwanda Village Concept Project (RVCP)  through its HIV/AIDS prevention program and sponsored the family two German medical students Martin Knippenberg and Jan Niklas Petry-Schmelzer. The guests of [...]

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