About UNM
Child Care and Affection

UYISENGA NI IMANZI (UNM) is Rwandan NGO established in 2002 with a vision of implementing child and youth focused programs addressing the special needs of orphans headed households affected by genocide and/or HIV/AIDS, young girls’ victims of violence and other vulnerable children.


We care for vulnerable Groups and youth through advocacy and networks

Years of foundation

UNM is a Rwandan NGO that provides programs for vulnerable children and youth. Their focus is on children in orphan-headed households affected by genocide and/or HIV/AIDS, young girls who are victims of violence, and those with special needs. UNM was established in 2002 to address the unique challenges facing these communities.

Targeted people are orphans and vulnerable children/youth between 1 and 25 years old affected by Genocide, HIV/AIDS or poverty, in foster or biological households and young girls who are victims of sexual abuse or other forms of violence. Some of them have become single mothers.

Economic Development and Livelihoods

This aims to eradicate extreme poverty among youth and families.

Education, Life Skills and Child Protection

A Child protection program cares for children most especially street connected children and their families. 

Advocacy, Communications and Partnerships

This boosts the health of the organization and collaboration is so significant to strengthen it up which takes in many people, skills, practices, changes and tools to increase the recognition, awareness and support from mutual benefits and also tracking the progress of organization as well as sharing experience and deliver services effectively

Mental Health, and Psychosocial Support

UNM Mental health program is a cross-cutting program that works for all programs in UNM especially for Child protection and also supports other program in building resilience over challenges and be efficient in their respective activities and of course, it has some specific mental health projects

About UNM

Together we are helping people in need

Together with over a thousand volunteers and an impressive number of donors, MHU provides food, clothing and medicine to people in Ukraine as well as to refugees.

We are incredibly grateful to all volunteers and donors. You manage to alleviate suffering, reduce worries and even save lives. Solidarity in these difficult times is the most impressive sign of humanity!
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Mental health services provided
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Youth empowered
1000 +
Children rehabilitated/and reintegrated
1000 +
Children sponsored to study
Years of Operation

Helping today. Helping tomorrow Forever

Join our community of volunteers to make a significant difference in the lives of others. Offer your time, compassion, and expertise to help those in need.


What people are saying about our work

        Supporting families to have a sustainable social economic development and mental health wellbeing

1.  Capacity building through various training 

2. Material support 

3. Mental health services

1.       We have 21 years of experience, material and non-material facilities, partnerships with different institutions and Donors to provide  better services

Goals & Strategy

Our Sustainable Development Goals

Learn about the UNM organization’s key goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress.

Get the best treatment in the world

This is a new way to expand psychological care and heal wounds. It is an initiative launched by UNM, a non-governmental organization, with nearly 20 years of experience in dealing with a wide range of issues related to mental health; feeling, thought, behaviors and emotional injuries. Today you can meet a psychologist, be treated and get various advices from home.


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UNM mental health clinic

http://unmmentalhealth.rw/UNM has a mental health e-clinic

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