World Vision Rwanda together with the Rwanda Extractive Industry Workers Union (REWU) have participated in this year’s (2023) Gisagara district partners’ exhibition, also known as the Gisagara JADF Open Day. REWU and World Vision Rwanda’s collaborative efforts aim to eliminate child exploitation, specifically focusing on ending child labor and sexual abuse. Additionally, World Vision showcased various other initiatives such as education and poverty alleviation.
World Vision Rwanda and REWU have been actively working together to address these critical issues that affect children in Gisagara and the surrounding areas. By participating in the Gisagara JADF Open Day, they aim to raise awareness about their initiatives and gather support from the community and other stakeholders.
Child exploitation, particularly child labor and sexual abuse, is a pressing concern in many countries, and Rwanda is no exception. World Vision Rwanda has been implementing various programs and interventions to combat these issues. Through their child protection programs, they provide support and resources to vulnerable children and their families, empowering them to break free from the cycle of exploitation.
During the Gisagara JADF Open Day, World Vision Rwanda and REWU showcased their successful initiatives and shared inspiring stories of children who have been positively impacted by their programs. They also use this platform to engage with the community, government officials, and other stakeholders, seeking their support in creating a safer and more prosperous future for children in Gisagara.
The participation of World Vision Rwanda and REWU in the Gisagara JADF Open Day highlights their commitment to the well-being and protection of children. By actively engaging with the community and raising awareness about child exploitation, education, and poverty alleviation, they strive to make a lasting impact and create a better future for the children in Gisagara and beyond.