Since 2010, the ASRH&R project has been promoting positive behaviour among adolescents aged 10 to 24 years old.
The programme targets adolescents both in and out of school, pairing schools and out of school clubs with youth organisations and health centres to provide youth-friendly services.
The ASRH&R project also trains peer educators to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and teaches adolescents to reduce the risk of unplanned pregnancies.
This programme is a continuation of the original Mountain Movers programme, which was launched in 2011.
Mountain Movers III was launched in 2018 as a programme aimed at reducing HIV infections among youth aged between 15 and 24 years, as well as creating awareness about tuberculosis (TB).
The programme uses awareness campaigns to provide information about HIV and TB prevention and treatment, through services provided in health centres and is implemented in the following Districts: Rusizi, Karongi, Nyamasheke, Ngororero and Rutsiro.
Parents and children are involved in special communication forums that help them to have open and constructive conversations about sexual matters.
Launched in 2001 by Her Excellency Mrs Jeannette Kagame, the Family Package programme was offering comprehensive HIV/ AIDS services to families infected with and affected by HIV.
This programme was created as a response to the severe HIV/AIDS epidemic affecting Rwandan society as a result of rape during the Genocide Committed Against Tutsi.
Family Package services included family planning, Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission (EMTCT) of HIV/AIDS, nutritional balance, and psychosocial support. The EMTCT component was implemented in 32 health centres through peer educators, who helped sensitise beneficiaries on proper care and treatment of HIV.
In 2017, the Family Package project extended its reach to cater to teen mothers, under its new component - First Time Young Mothers.
Burera Iwacu Project is a health project launched in 2018, with the partnership of the Ministry of Health, Burera District and Butaro District Hospital.
Through integrated mass campaigns, Burera Iwacu has proven that if different innovative strategies are used to bring health services closer to the community, quality health services provision and mindset shift can be attained.
Baho Neza project is a Family Planning project launched in 2018, in partnership with the Ministry of Health and various partners working in the Health Sector.
The project aims to increase long acting family planning uptake by 25%, over the next three years, by improving the access to services at all levels of the health system.
More specifically it aims to improve the services provided by health posts, for universal access to health services by ensuring all preventative services and basic curative services are provided at cell level, including Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC), post abortion care and safe abortion, when indicated (as provided by the Law).