About Us.

Who We Are

UNM is an NGO in Rwanda that cared for vulnerable children, including orphans impacted by genocide/HIV/AIDS and girls affected by violence. It collaborates with communities to provide safe and supportive environments, this later become a child and youth focused organization to improve and sustain  their social- economic and mental health well being. 

Origins shape us. Learning is captivating.

UYISENGA NI IMANZI (UNM) is Rwandan NGO established in 2002 with a vision of responding to the particular needs of the orphans headed households affected by genocide and/or HIV/AIDS, and young girls’ victims of violence, in which later went on to implement child and youth focused programs that address the various issues of different vulnerable groups

UYISENGA NI IMANZI in its experiential learning, together with communities, currently operates as a child & youth focused organization addressing different problems and building protective and caring environments through capacity buildings trainings and life skills for social-economic development and mental health wellness

We are convinced that working with other stakeholders is a key to success and sustainability

Our Mission & Vision.

What makes us different?

Our Vision

Uyisenga Ni Imanzi aspires to a society that cares to all children, bringing an increasing transformational Development and impact in a peaceful and protective environment in Rwanda through responding to the needs of the vulnerable children and youth.

Our Mission

UNM’s mission is to contribute to the children’s rights promotion, improvement of their living conditions, their social reintegration and rehabilitation and the provision of holistic package of services to individuals, families, community and in partnership with other stakeholders. Through counselling, capacity building and empowering them to be involved in a process of solving their problems and participating in the country recovery and development.

Safe Haven for Support

Many children lack parental support due to Genocide , poverty, or disease, especially HIV-affected kids who faced stigma and later street connected children. Safe havens offered shelter, healthcare, education given them a chance to thrive, rehabilitation and reintegration to street children and counseling. Supporting safe havens ensures every child has a chance to live a fulfilling life.

Goodness that grows

UNM supports underprivileged youth through higher education, vocational training, shelter, and legal aid. They aim to empower youth and promote self- reliance or economic independence and healthy lives with a dedicated team looking forward to grow and expand.

Customized programs

UNM with 21 years of experience in different programs, working with community. it has achieved specific results through multiple software, trainings different tools and management systems for organization success and growth with a strong monitoring, learning and evaluation system.