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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.
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.
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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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