SOS CV Rwanda awarded the best core care co-workers from four Family Based Care (Kayonza, Nyamagabe, Gicumbi and Gasabo).
In each location, three core-care coworkers were awarded. These included, mother, Aunt and Youth Leader. In Kayonza location only mother and aunt were awarded since the village has no youth leader.
Musabende Agnes, Nikuze Gaserege Alice from Kayonza, Muteteri Providence, Basabe Francoise and Mukagashugi Agnes from Gicumbi Mujawamariya Immaculee, Niragire Pascasie, Sebyatsi Mathieu from Nyamagabe, Nyiransabimana Juliette, Masengesho Angelique and Ntakirutimana Jeanne from Gasabo were awarded as the best core-care-co-workers of year 2016. They received Certificates of merit and smartphones to facilitate them in daily communication.
The Head of Human Resource of SOS CV Rwanda Mbonyi Japhet said that core care co-workers awarded were chosen based on performance evaluations. “We based on Performance evaluations through HR Conferences.” He said.
Addressing her colleagues, Musabende Agnes emphasized on their responsibilities of caring for children, she said that caring for children demands a lot of things but the most important is to have love for Children. “We have to make sure that our children gain love and quality education to facilitate them in future. We care for our families, our country and the World in General.” Speaking about her award, she said that it’s going to encourage her to fulfill her duties.
Aimee Muziranenge Director of Fund Development and Communication encouraged them to remain with their integrity, commitment, love and a caring heart. She said that SOS CV Rwanda has a mission to ensure that every child should grow up in a loving family and in that regard nurturing, quality education and love matters most.
“SOS Children Villages has the task of protecting children, working together and professionally are key to achieve our goal and every child deserves a chance at unleashing their greatness. We believe in education as a way for children to change their own growth, the growth of their communities, and ultimately the growth of their nation.” She said.
Speaking to the trainers, Claudine Nyinawagaga, the SOS National Director, called on SOS Mothers’ to work together facilitate SOS Children to access quality education. She said, “Access to quality education will help our children to prepare their future. As a team let us focus on quality education.”
Nyinawagaga further noted that in connection with SOS strategy 2030 whereby every child will be well educated, she requested SOS mothers to continue looking at all possible ways as to how children can perform better.
SOS CV Rwanda is an independent non-governmental organization that focuses on the rights of a child. The organization pioneered a family approach to the long-term care of orphaned and abandoned children. SOS CV Rwanda has been working in Rwanda since 1979. It has different programs including Family Based Care, promoting quality education and training, Family strengthening: a key pathway to development, Health care and oral health among young generations and communities, Enhancing child rights through advocacy, building healthy minds through sports and operates the Hermann Gmeiner Training and Research Centre