Welcome to ADEPE
PREVENTION OF GBV AND PROMOTING GENDER EQUITY THROUGH EMPOWERMENT OF COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS AND COOPERATIVES.
ADEPE is a non- governmental and non –profit making organization legally recognized by the Government of Rwanda since 2002, recognized by Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) with legal personality n° 08/08.11, fulfilled requirements for compliance with the new law number 04/2012 of 17/02/2012 governing the organization and functioning of national non –governmental organizations. Its operational area covers the whole Rwandan territory especially northern and western regions.
An inclusive society where women, boys and girls are empowered so that everyone can be self-reliant and share equal opportunities.
To enhance the quality of life for vulnerable groups especially women, children, and youth for sustainable development by implementing integrated programs across all needed thematic areas.
ADEPE's IMPACT Highlights
Households were visited and educated on HIV prevention and male circumcision through door-to-door campaign
Children received scholarship package and school uniforms
Beekeepers supported from 5 districts grouped into 5 Unions and are now generating on average 172,000US$ per year
Vulnerable families grouped into 49 cooperatives, trained on income generating activities and received start-up capital
Advocacy on human rights and access to fair justicesupport & awareness...Read More
Yvette UWINEZA REBERO village
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ADEPE is performing great strides in contributing to sustainable nutrition, by empowering communities- especially vulnerable women and girls- to be […]
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