Uyisenga Ni Imanzi is a Rwandan organization which helps children orphaned by the genocide and AIDS to rebuild their lives. In today's Rwanda, thousands of children are growing up without the loving care of parents. They face severe trauma, isolation, poverty, ill health, and abuse.
We offer counselling, house construction, legal advice, educational support, and medical help to give Rwanda's orphans hope for a better future.
We believe the best way to help children is to give them the skills they need to help themselves. Our unique approach brings children together into associations where they give each other emotional support and learn about counselling, their human rights, and ways to make money.
UNM's mission is to respond and contribute to the self improvement of Genocide orphans by responding to their psycho-social and economic development needs through counselling, reinforcing them in building capacities and local initiatives, social economic development, direct assistance, medical care, education and training; empowering them emotionally, socially and economically to be involved in a process of solving their problems while at the same time enabling them to participate in the country recovery and development programs.
UNM envisions to have an increasing transformational development impact in Rwanda through responding to the needs of the targeted group.