About Us

By the 1994 genocide against Tutsi, Rwanda was stricken by a misfortune, which plunged the whole country in disastrous situation with various socio-economic consequences. To react accordingly, in September 1994, a group of 30 Rwandan women established an association that they named: ’’ASOFERWA’’ Association de Solidarité des Femmes Rwandaises or Rwandan women Association for Solidarity with the purpose of helping and intervening to vulnerable groups. For its legal personality, reference No is: 066/11 by RGB. Targeted and served people include women and youth in general and specifically Widows, Orphans and Minors in detention Centres, Adolescents and Teen mothers; HIV/AIDS infected and affected women, Elderly people without assistance. Programmes and interventions to them are tailored according to their needs and ASOFERWA’s Mission.

Build a “Rwanda free from poverty and any injustice where every citizen enjoys better living conditions, especially women, children and youth to enjoy their rights and psychosocial comfort’’.

Encouraging Socio-economic rehabilitation and healthier living conditions among vulnerable groups and promote gender equality and equity; unity and reconciliation.

To promoting gender equality, sustainable and inclusive governance and development through assisting vulnerable groups.

Build a “Rwanda free from poverty and any injustice where every citizen enjoys better living conditions, especially women, children and youth to enjoy their rights and psychosocial comfort’’

 

NSHIMIYIMANA ApollinaireExecutive Secretary
MUHIMPUNDU ClaudetteDAF
NDAGIJIMANA BernardProgram Manager
HARERIMANA MauriceFinance Manager