Policy in Rwanda
Policy Briefs from Rwanda - Small Grants
In Rwanda, MAP will aim to influence national curricula and youth policy working with the Rwanda Basic Education Board (REB) and other key educational and cultural organisations in Rwanda.
In September 2020, the University of Lincoln received a GCRF / Newton Fund Agile COVID-19 Rapid Response Award to develop MAP at Home. MAP at Home is an 18-month sub-project of MAP Network Plus, which focuses on mental health support and community engagement in Rwanda during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Small Grant activities continued to explore the findings from the MAP at Home project through youth-led research projects between January 2022 – July 2022.
Human and Humanity Club is a student’s club from Remera Protestant School. Their project, entitled “Advocacy on mental health care and sustainability”, aimed at advocating for children’s voice through arts.