Justice

Justice

Fight Gender Based Violence
Promoting the rights of indigenous and people with albinism disability
All people have the same rights, regardless of their wealth, living mode, skin color, region or anything else.
Why indigenous and people with albinism disability
The families of pygmies and people living with albinism disability are mostly not considered in different communities of Rwanda; they are stigmatized, discriminated, harassed even sometimes violated; their rights are not fully respected.
How do we contribute to promote their rights?
At HIHD we need to ensure that all people have the same value in the community; to reach our goal, HIHD
⦁ Raises awareness campaigns on human rights protection,
⦁ Raises awareness campaigns on albinism disability,
⦁ Supports children from indigenous and families with people living with albinism disability in education,
⦁ Provides vocational trainings to indigenous and people with albinism disability,
⦁ Empowers economically and financially families of indigenous and people with albinism disability,
⦁ Assists families of indigenous and people with albinism disability in accessing health services and adequate hygiene and sanitation,
⦁ Assists families of indigenous and people with albinism disability in accessing safe housing and
⦁ Support families of indigenous and people with albinism disability to be self-reliant.