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CategoriesMental Health NEWS

Mental Health Clubs in School as Safe Spaces to Help Students Build Resilience over Life’s Challenges through Arts based approaches

In the ever-evolving landscape of education, it’s crucial to prioritize not just academic achievement, but also the holistic well-being of our students. That’s where Mental Health Clubs, with the support of Uyisenga Ni Imanzi (UNM) step in as beacons of support, understanding, and empathy. Breaking the Silence: In schools around the world including Rwanda, students […]

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UNM Mental Health Exhibition Day and Launch of 3 Mental Health Short Films highlights mental health

  Ku itariki 4 Mutarama 2024, wari umunsi udasanzwe wo kumurika byinshi mubyakozwe na Uyisenga Ni Imanzi mu guhangana n’ibibazo by’ubuzima bwo mu mutwe mu mashuri yisumbuye, biciye mu matsinda mato yitwa MAP clubs aho bakoresha ubugeni n’ubuhanzi mu kuruhuka no kuvurwa ibibazo n’ihungabana, bakura aho baturuka hatandukanye babifashijwemo n’abarimu babo kubufatanye n’ubuyobozi bw’ibigo by’amashuri. […]

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Impact of mental health clubs in schools

Uyisenga Ni Imanzi continues to enjoy the changes these participants in the mental health clubs show through testimonies. These are testifying in their voices how they have changed and the benefits they got from participating in 15-week sessions using art based tools to heal their wounds, regain happiness and strength to overcome challenges without disrupt […]

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The positive impact of UNM art-based healing on the younger basketball player in Kayonza district

Young basketball players supported by Shooting tough in the three sectors of Kayonza district, namely Nyamirama, Rwinkwavu and Rukara, last Friday they made an incredible presentation showing the good times they had and the impact made to their lives during these trainings on both basketball and mental health services. This is to say they were […]

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The impact of mobile art for peace projects through UNM on Rwandan communities

The documentary is about the impact of mobile art for peace projects on Rwandan communities. MAP has been supporting UNM in the decentralization of mental health services in schools and community. Contextualizing different mental health tools as well training them different professionals around the country with the aim of upgrading the mental health services in […]

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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, […]