The Learning Route in Rwanda - Final Report
Building civil society capacity to tackle malnutrition in Africa
Demographic and Health Survey [DHS] 2014/2015 Key findings
This publication highlights the key findings of 2014-15 Rwanda Demographic and Health Survey (RDHS 5), a nationally representative survey of 13,497 women age 15-49 and 5,585 men age 15-59 from 12,793 interviewed households.
This public action covers the following:Background characteristics of respondents, Fertility, Teenage pregnancy and motherhood, Fertility preferences, Contraceptive methods, Family planning, Maternal, Child and Infant mortality, Maternal health, Vaccinations, Prevalence of acute respiratory infection, fever, and diarrhea, Nutritional status of children, Possession and use of insecticide-treated nets, Knowledge about HIV prevention and local misconceptions
DHS Key findings PDF document (3.96 MB)
Cost of Hunger Study in Rwanda
Child Undernutrition in Rwanda Implications for Achieving Vision 2020” Panel presentation including Janet Byaruhanga (AU), Carlos Acosta (ECA), Raphael Ruranga (MINAGRI), Dr. Fidele Ngabo (MoH), Godfrey Kabera (MINECOFIN)
Rwanda: Comprehensive Food Security Analysis 2015 (Data collected in April-May 2015)
The objective of this Comprehensive Food Security and Vulnerability Analysis 2015 (CFSVA 2015) is to measure the extent and depth of food and nutrition insecurity in Rwanda, analyze trends over time and integrate the findings with those from the recent ‘Third Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey’ (EICV 4) and ‘Rwanda Demographic Health Survey 2014’ (DHS 2014).
Learning Route Rwanda 2016: Final Narrative Report
This report covers the whole Learning Route project period. This report aims to inform on developments and achievements before, during and after the learning route that was officially launched on the 31st of October 2016 in Rwanda.
REPORT OF WORKSHOP ON BUDGET ANALYSIS AND ADVOCACY
KENYA SUN ALLIANCE and CSONA organised a Budget analysis training workshop at Novablanca Suit in Lilongwe. The training was conducted between 24-29 July 2017. Participants from Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Sudan, Ghana and South Africa attended the training. The training was sponsored with Save the Children UK as the main sponsor for Collaborative Joint Proposal and cosponsored with Graca Machel Trust, Care International. This reports on how the training was conducted, successes within the workshop, challenges and recommendations.
REPORT OF THE EAST AND SOUTHERN AFRICA REGIONAL CIVIL SOCIETY NUTRITION NETWORKS MEETING
The Graça Machel Trust in partnership with CARE international and the Scaling up Nutrition Civil Society Network Secretariat held the first Eastern and Southern Africa Region Civil Society Nutrition Networks meeting from the 29th to the 30th June 2017 in Maputo Mozambique.
Minutes for the regional hub creation meeting