NOTE OF THE CHAIRPERSON
With pleasure, I warmly welcome you to the website of the COALITION UMWANA KU ISONGA . Stepping out of the painful history of children that struck our country, today the focus is on the future of children protection, children right governance. The Coalition expects to get all the children, male and female, living in full enjoyment of their rights and fulfill all their duties without any hindrance, and exempted from any form of discrimination. The coalition’s mission is to coordinate and increase capacity among member organizations to defend and protect the rights of the child.
Our Board members
SEKANYANGE Jean LeonardChairperson of The Coalition Umwana ku Isonga
He is the Legal Representative of Rwanda Civil Society Platform .He is the chairperson CLADHO.
RUZIGANA MaximilienCoalition Coordinator
He is the Coordinator of the Coalition Umwana ku Isonga
Me MUNYANKINDI MoniqueDeputy Chairperson of the Coalition Umwana ku Isonga
She is The Legal Representative of HAGURUKA NGO. She is a member of Rwanda Bar Association.
COALITION UMWANA KU ISONGA ORGANIZED A CAMPAIGN AGAINST CHILD LABOR TOGETHER WITH PSF MEMBERS AND CHILD RIGHTS CSOs ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST CHILD LABOR THE 12th June 2019.
The Coalition Umwana ku Isonga together its members and the Private Sector Federation celebrated the World Day Against Child Labor on 12th June 2019. This day’s celebration started by a walk from Nyabugogo to Maison des Jeunes Kimisagara. Different people attended this day’s celebration like NCC, MIGEPROF, KIMISAGARA SECTOR, ARTIST, Members of the Coalition Umwana Read more about COALITION UMWANA KU ISONGA ORGANIZED A CAMPAIGN AGAINST CHILD LABOR TOGETHER WITH PSF MEMBERS AND CHILD RIGHTS CSOs ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST CHILD LABOR THE 12th June 2019.[…]
WORKSHOP OF COALITION UMWANA KU ISONGA MEMBERS AND STAKEHOLDERS FOR GATHERING THEIR VIEWS TO BE SENT IN RWANDA LAW REFORM COMMISSION FOR CONSIDERATION ABOUT THE TWO DRAFT LAWS RELATING TO EDUCATION AND ANOTHER RELATING TO THE PROGRAMS AND STRATEGIES FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OLD WHO STAY WITH THEIR MOTHER IN PRISON. ON 27th-28th MAY 2019
RELIGIOUS LEADERS TRAINING ON FIGHTING CHILD LABOR AND VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN GATSIBO DISTRICT ON 19th-20th MARCH 2019.
Coalition Umwana ku Isonga has organized training of religious leaders in Gatsibo District during its implementation of the Right to Protection and Participation Project funded by Plan International Rwanda through Swedish International Development Agency (Sida). During this training, a number of 80 religious leaders from all sectors of Gatsibo District were trained about child labor Read more about RELIGIOUS LEADERS TRAINING ON FIGHTING CHILD LABOR AND VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN GATSIBO DISTRICT ON 19th-20th MARCH 2019.[…]
RELIGIOUS LEADERS TRAINING ON FIGHTING CHILD LABOR AND ALL FORMS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN NYARUGURU DISTRICT ON 14th-15th MARCH 2019.
Coalition Umwana ku Isonga during its implementation of the RIGHT TO PROTECTION AND PARTICIPATION PROJECT funded by Plan International through Swedish International Development Agency (Sida), has organized training of religious leaders in Nyaruguru District on fighting child labor and violence against children (VAC).
COALITION UMWANA KU ISONGA IN A JOINT FIELD MONITORING VISIT OF THE RPP PROJECT BY PLAN INTERNATIONAL RWANDA AND ITS PARTNERS ON 20th FEBRUARY 2019.
The Joint Field Monitoring Visit of the RPP Project is an activity which is organized by Plan International Rwanda every quarter together with its partners, where they decide one district to visit among the three districts (Bugesera, Gatsibo and Nyaruguru) in which the project is being implemented. Right to Protection and Participation Project, is a Read more about COALITION UMWANA KU ISONGA IN A JOINT FIELD MONITORING VISIT OF THE RPP PROJECT BY PLAN INTERNATIONAL RWANDA AND ITS PARTNERS ON 20th FEBRUARY 2019.[…]
FOUNDER MEMBER OF THE EASTERN AFRICA CHILD RIGHTS NETWORK(EACRN) IN 2014 AND CHAIRING IT FROM 2014-2017 THE COALITION PRODUCED ACTION PLANS FOR IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING OF THE ACERWC, THE CESCR AND UPR RECOMMENDATIONS ELABORATION OF ADVOCACY STRATEGY FOR THE COALITION UMWANA KU ISONGA FOR 2017-2020 THERE ARE 4 KEYS ISSUES TO ADVOCATE ON IDENTIFIED Read more about Role of the coalition umwana ku isonga in the region network[…]