We care for our precious homeless and addicted street-girls in Rwanda.Partnering to raise awareness for the conditions of homeless and addicted girls, as well as their children, who live a street-life in Rwanda
We raise awareness of the situation of homeless and mostly addicted girls and young women as well as their children who live a street life in Rwanda. We support the Precious You Foundation in Rwanda that provides new existence by offering shelter, recovery and reintegration into society to these girls.
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The Precious You Foundation in Rwanda provides assistance and education to the homeless and addicted girls in Rwanda by providing them emergency aid and shelter for successful rehabilitation and reintegration into society.
My name is Lyduine Manirambona. I was born in Burundi in 1977. This is also where I grew up and studied. In addition to my studies, I also did an internship at several organizations that offer help to people who need it. Ultimately, I graduated from the University of Burundi in the Clinical and Social Psychology facility. I have been living in the Netherlands since 2002. I am married and together we have 4 children. Here in the Netherlands I have done a lot of volunteer work at all kinds of different organizations. I am the facilitator of the children’s department in Power of Prayer Church and I do this with great enthusiasm. I have been working in home care at the Het Spectrum Foundation since 2015.
My name is Musafiri Nganire. Originally, I am from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). I live in the Nederlands for more than 8 years, I am married and we have children. I am a Software Developer. I have worked for St. Woord en Daad a Christian foundation that promotes sustainable change and fights against poverty in Africa. From that experience and after getting in contact with precious You foundation and get to know more about the situation of the street-girls addicted to drugs back in our countries of origin (Great Lakes region of Africa)I felt the burden to join PY and support its mission of Partnering to raise awareness for the conditions of homeless and addicted girls, as well as their children, who live a street life.
Jean-Pierre R. Mujyambere
My name is Jean Pierre R. MUJYAMBERE. Originally, I am from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). I am married and we have children.
My expertise is international law-human rights law, public international law and EU Law.
I worked more than 10 years with human rights organizations intervening in the field of justice and human rights, in particular on the access to justice for vulnerable victims of human rights abuses and their systems of protection.
After discussing with some people about the situation of the girls addicted to the drugs back in our countries of origin – Great Lakes region of Africa-, we felt the burden to do something in order to deliver them from a such desperate situation.
My name is Jack Monster. I was born in 1954 in the Netherlands. I am married and together we have nine children. Since the beginning of 2021 I have retired after working in addiction care for almost 44 years. In addition, I have been able to support relief projects in many countries for many years and I have been able to provide training on the spot. You can find more about this on my website www.try-angles.com. During one of my training courses in Rwanda I got to know the work of Precious You and I was confronted with the need of the often homeless and addicted street girls. From that experience I started to support the work of Precious Netherlands with advice.
Sandra Uwase 24 year old born in Kigali, Rwanda raised in the Netherlands. Marketing Social business student in Rotterdam. At a young age during her primary school, Sandra found her passion for exercise and sports, playing tennis and dancing. In her senior year of high school, when she graduated with a degree in business and administration, Sandra found her other passion for social and economic equality. Specialized for young people, even though she was still a child herself. As a result, she started her bachelor Social work studies in 2016. In 2016, Sandra, the first year of her Social Studies, wanted to do more besides her studies. She has volunteered as a social worker at Vluchtelingenwerk Nederland. Obtained several certificates in a short time as a Social Volunteer for Refugee Work. 2017 her passion that still speaks for social and economic equality. Sandra changed her studies to Marketing and Social business studies. In the same year she participated in the Miss Africa Netherlands competition with the aim of becoming an entrepreneur dealing with social and climate change issues in the Netherlands and Africa. Sandra won the Miss Social media Popularity title in the 2017 miss page representing Rwanda. In 2018, even Sandra thought she would only win the Miss Social Media/Popularity title. With the most votes in the country, Sandra went on to do several runways with different photographers. Her favorite work is with an international Dutch photographer named Jenny Boot. After a spontaneous recreation of Vermeer’s famous painting Girl with a Pearl Earring, having done a photo shoot with her. The photo became a national and international hit. Now you can find the recreation with Sandra’s face in various museums around the world and on various Art Social media platforms. The most visited is in the Vermeer center museum in Delft. At the end of 2020, Sandra was chosen by the IBUKA Dutch committee to become the new Vice-Chairman. Now, in 2021, Sandra will not stop moving closer to her goals and passion. She is about to start her own small business which started as a hobby called SH’INKA. An organic skin care company that contains non-chemical organic handmade products. With this small business, Sandra hopes to motivate more people to use non-chemical products on their skin for their own health benefits. Health is wealth. In the future, Sandra hopes to introduce her small business to a larger African and Asian market. Growing up with two different cultures and worlds gave her many experiences and motivation. Together with her studies and work experience, she wants to learn more and more and continue to achieve her goals.
Aline Kamana is a woman with multiple hats, she is a wife, mom of 2 boys with a professional career in data sciences, an enthusiastic gospel singer. Aline was raised in Rwanda and at her age of 8 till the completion of undergraduate studies, Aline was under Compassion international sponsorship and which changed her life radically. Compassion International equipped her with a set of skills, development opportunities in spiritual, physical, social, emotional and economical aspects that made her a successful woman she is today. It is her time to give back to the community. She strives in street-girls advocacy to release them from poverty, empower them to succeed their tomorrow life without being abused in any way. Aline believes in collaboration, teamwork effort and partnership to provide a brighter future for the street-girls in Rwanda.
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To support the Precious You Foundation in Rwanda, together with our local partners in Rwanda and actors from relevant sectors, connects people worldwide. future.
This all with the objective to take responsibility for shaping a decent life for mostly addicted girls and young women in Rwanda by creating hope and opportunities for a better