Partner: Trauma Resource Institute (TRI)
The Trauma Resource Institute (TRI) is a nonprofit corporation devoted to cultivating trauma-informed and resiliency-focused individuals and communities throughout the world. The Trauma Resource Institute (TRI) was created in October of 2006 in order to bring biological interventions to the global community, based upon current science about the physiological and psychological impact of traumatic and highly stressful experiences. Elaine Miller-Karas, LCSW, is one of the founding directors of the Trauma Resource Institute and now serves as TRI’s Executive Director. She has also been and remains one of the key authors of the Trauma Resiliency Model® and the Community Resiliency Model®.
Partner: University of Rwanda (UR)
The UR is a singular, multi-campus institution offering a wide range of academic studies. As such, it provides opportunities for students to pursue a variety of programs – some that are quite specialized in nature, others that are multi-disciplinary and/or problem-based in focus – and to undertake their studies at different locations across the country, both through classes at designated campuses and through access to distance learning.
The University of Rwanda (UR) was established by the Government of Rwanda through the law no 71/2013 of 10/09/2013. It resulted from the merge of the nation’s seven public Higher Learning Institutions into a consolidated entity governed by the Board of Governors and an Academic Senate with the strong staff and student representation, along with the Vice Chancellor who is the University’s chief executive officer.
Partner: Rotary Club Musanze-Murera
Rotary Club Musanze-Murera was chartered by Rotary International on May 25, 2015. The main purpose is to sustainably address livelihoods challenges in Rwanda. It belongs to District 9150. As a young but vibrant club in Rwanda, Rtn Jean D’Amour MANIRERE has served as Charter President and 1st President (2015-2016, 2016-2017) and the current President is Rtn Gregory BAKUNZI.
At Rotary Club of Musanze-Murera, it is our sincere belief that there is strength in diversity, hence we are on a continuous mission and journey of reaching out to new potential members who are interested in serving their communities in different capacities as these are invaluable assets to the very existence of our club. Remember that one of the key objectives of a Rotary Club is to continuously adopt new and dedicated Rotarians keen on offering ‘service above self’.
Partner: Victoria rotary club
Partner: Counseling Volunteers Club (CVC) in Rwanda
Hooley Dooley! HAHA!I have been made Honorary President of Counseling Volunteers Club in Rwanda which is an umbrella for 12 associations, at this present time, including international organizations such as F.X.B, an A.I.D.S charity supporting families affected by this disease. Also, Amahoro organization who is supporting children affected by A.I.D.S and other Genocide survivor associations.
C.V.C was founded by its President Banamungu Idi who was instrumental in organizing the Clay Therapy Training that I facilitated from Sophia College of Counseling in Australia.The Clay Therapy absolutely exceeded any of my expectations and I can truly say that I was priviledged to be witness to its amazing healing qualities with severely traumatized people.I listened to true and directly experienced horror stories suffered by Genocide survivors that had undergone many years of conventional counseling that had only marginally scratched the surface of their grief and loss.Many of the participants in the Clay workshops were dubious that anything could ever help their pain-filled hearts and bring peace back into their lives.I was so grateful that they trusted me and the Clay Therapy to persevere that little bit more through to the end of the Clay Sequences and find the healing they had needed so desperately, just to BREATHE FREELY again.It is incredible evidence that holistic approaches to healing and empowerment are successful in the rehabilitation of severely traumatized people and its because of this that I want to continue to provide Rwandese with more opportunities to heal beyond their own expectations!I know together we CAN do this.
Partner: Youth Service Organization (YSO)
Presence in: Rwanda
Youth Service Organization (YSO) educates youth to gain the skills that impact their own lives and communities, involves young people in the sustainable development work, and inspires them to take effective actions to act on their own behalf and their own terms as active citizens. We develop and nurture talents, skills, and knowledge of disadvantaged young people. At YSO, we:
- Create opportunities, empower vulnerable youth and their communities to live with a commitment to active citizenship through Education and community development.
- Educate, involve and inspire young people on their roles and to encourage them to promote and advocate for social inclusion.
- Build sustainable and community health improvement in Rwanda aimed at youth empowerment through providing disadvantaged young people tools and resources
Partner: Western Australia Rotary Club (Rotary Club of Perth)
Clubs of Australia is an online directory offering information on Clubs and Associations throughout Australia. Ranging from Archery to Yacht Clubs and everything in between! Clubs of Australia was recently established and we will continue to collect and add more information about Australian Clubs and Associations. Our mission is to build an exciting and user-friendly website containing quality information that we can offer to all web users. We have already sourced and placed a great variety of helpful information that will hopefully assist you in your search for a local club/association.