Together for a Healthy Society

Forum 2017

Planned Activity 

1. Coordination of RNGOF 

1.1 Coordination of RNGOF Members’ activities
1.2. One national CSOs coordination meeting
1.3. Four (4) Province meetings with members of the RNGOF and Province officials
1.4. Thirty (30) meetings in different districts with members of the RNGOF and district officials

2. Leadership & Orientation for RNGOF 

2.1. Quarterly Boards Meetings (Directors, Auditors &Conflict Resolution Organ)
2.2. The 13th Ordinary General Assembly

3. Institutional Capacity Building 

3.1. Integration of NCDs in CSOs interventions (training)
3.2.1. Training of members and RNGOF staff on planning, M&E, and designing M&E Tools
3.2.2 a)Train staff in resource mobilization; b) Initiate an incentive-based system for Staff in charge of identifying opportunities, and designing projects proposals
3.2.3 Trainings for local leaders on stigma and discrimination; causes, consequences, prevention and case management.
3.2.4 Awareness raising campaigns on elimination of malaria per district by RNGOF and NGOs members.
3.2.5 a) ToTs in environmental health and hygiene; b) National conference on the role of NGOs in health and environment
3.2.6.Conduct a feasibility study for creation of income generating projects

4. Monitoring, Program Evaluation & Research 

4.1. Field Visits to activities & Beneficiaries of members of RNGOF
4.2. 1)Document and share HIV/AIDS response and Health promotion best practices; 2) Develop and publish abstracts in international/Regional conferences
4.3. Design citizen score card tools for data collection on community satisfaction on health services
4.4.Conduct annual Joint Supervision with other partners
4.5. Conduct a cross-border study (Research) on barriers of free movement of people and services: Case study Harmonization of Health Policies

5. Funds Mobilization                                                                                                                                            

6.1 Organize round table discussions ,dialogues and annual fundraising events and courtesy visits to potential or new donors
6.2. Follow-up on partners for commitment and funding

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Eradication of all barriers that could compromise the behaviour change of Rwandan population by way of which men, women and children are protected from HIV/AIDS and PLWHA are able to partake in the same rights as all citizens. ×
To promote, coordinate, monitor and evaluate activities of NGOs engaged in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Rwanda, Networking and advocacy for civil society involvement in all HIV/AIDS program and policy development in order to improve the living conditions of the affected communities ×
Increase civil society capacity to implement effective community responses on HIV & AIDS, Malaria, TB and non communicable diseases ; Strengthen communities' influence in national programming and in national and international policies; Strengthen the NGO Forum on HIV/AIDS as a partnership of strong national linking organizations for health promotion; Enhance the capacity of members and other stakeholders to effectively respond to HIV & AIDS, Malaria, Tuberculosis, and non communicable diseases and their impact Enhance greater participation of members and other stakeholders to advocate for development and implementation of policies on HIV & AIDS, Malaria, TB and non communicable diseases Increase access to resources by members through mobilization, grant making and management Increase access to resources by members through mobilization, grant making and accountability ×
Rwanda NGO Forum on HIV/AIDS upholds the following guiding principles: Respect, transparency and accountability; Information dissemination; Anti-stigma and discrimination; Time management; Commitment and good governance; Civil Society commitment to National and international declarations. ×