Rwanda Men’s Resource Centre (RWAMREC) has from March 29th to 30th 2021, through Bandebereho Transition to Scale program, trained policy makers and Civil Society Organizations representatives from Musanze district on integration of Unpaid Care Works (UCWs).
The two days training has brought together 16 participants composed of District administration, District consultative council, NGOs and security organs representatives and the training focused on recognition, reduction and redistribution of unpaid care and domestic works with men’s involvement to support women’s economic development.
The training expectations are increased mainstreaming of Unpaid Care and Domestic Works in organizations plans and participants acting as advocate of the increased share of domestic works in their respective institutions and their respective families.
“We really appreciate RWAMREC’s initiative for raising our awareness and this will help us to integrate this component in our work plans.” Participants revealed
The District Vice Mayor in charge of social affairs honored RWAMREC for its intervention and activities that bring to real positive change for the local population.
At the end of the workshop, one of the key expected results is that all of participants committed to integrate the UCW in the organizations’ plans of actions. The District team led by the Vice Mayor and the District Director of planning recommended the integration of these activities in the District plan to be executed in the whole District.