In line with the acceleration of national progress on achieving greater equality in unpaid care and domestic work and promoting women’s economic empowerment and reducing Maternal and Child death, RWAMREC through its Bandebereho Scale up Program in collaboration with the MOH/RBC/MCCH Department and Musanze District is implementing Bandebereho program in all 16 health centers of Musanze District.
Therefore, RWAMREC conducted the 2nd cycle of 10-day training of the 4th Community Health Centers (CHWs) on engaging men in promoting Maternal New Born and child health (MNCH), prevention of intimate partner violence (IPV), promote healthier couple relations, and more equitable and engaged caregiving as well as recognizing, redistributing and reducing unpaid care and domestic works (UCW) for Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) in 5 different health centers of Musanze District which are NYAKINAMA, MUHOZA, GATARAGA, KIMONYI and KABERE from 18th to 3rd December 2019. The training reached the 153 out of 154 participants. Those trainings were organized jointly with health centers and District leaders. The overall objective of the training was to equip those CHWs with skills and knowledge on Bandebereho program using Bandebereho program P composed of 17 sessions that will help them in conducting group sessions in their communities.