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UNM Organization Retreat Highlights Staff Satisfaction and Work Progress

The UNM Organization recently held a highly productive retreat at its head office from July 5th to July 8th, 2023. This gathering brought together the dedicated UMN staff and board members to focus on two crucial areas: staff satisfaction and work progress. The event provided an invaluable platform for discussions, team-building activities, and strategizing towards […]


I am grateful to Uyisenga Ni Imanzi for many things, but, most of all, I could not be where I am today without their physical and emotional support. Through my contact with this organization, I have built a new family where I know that I am valued and respected. With the help of this organization, […]


Uyisenga Ni Imanzi has helped me to help myself. I first came into contact with Uyisenga Ni Imanzi in 2002, at their opening party. There, we were introduced to all the members of the organization and its various committees, as well as their mission and goals. Shortly after, Uyisenga Ni Imanzi came to my home […]


It is my pleasure to share my testimony of my experiences with the Uyisenga Ni Imanzi organization, which has assisted me since 2006. Although I am not the head of a household, I am an occupant of a Uyisenga Ni Imanzi village house and I am a student. Uyisenga Ni Imanzi has helped me in […]

Grace, 22 years old.

“I have been orphaned by genocide and survived with my two sisters. We have lived without food, shelter, clothes, etc. I was much traumatized and had attempted to end to my life. A friend of mine has helped me meeting Uyisenga Ni Imanzi Psychologist who took care of me and I recovered.” Some days after […]

Angelique, a 22-year-old

Angelique, a 22-year-old Uyisenga Ni Imanzi beneficiary, is an orphaned survivor who heads a household of 6 of her younger siblings. Following the 1994 genocide, Angelique was left with no home and few adult relatives to guide or care for her and her remaining family. Though she suffered from hunger, thirst, and mental trauma, she […]

CategoriesMental Health

Community Based Counselors Trainings in 189 villages of Nyagatare and Nyaruguru districts

August 2022, UYISENGA NI IMANZI in collaboration with Munini and Nyagatare hospitals through BAHO NEZA project, which is supported by the IMBUTO FOUNDATION provided the trainings to mental health service providers. From 189 villages, in which we have selected 2 community based counselors (CBCs) and 18 schools (Abahumurizamutima) from four sectors of NYARUGURU district, which are Mata, […]