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About Us

Parenting African Psychological Foundation

We are non-profit organization that  advocates for the increment of positive parenting and Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights  for communities and to provide caregivers and persons with ability to raise fully functional adults who can take care of themselves and make a positive contribution to society.

Foundation Stats

Who WE ARE

We are agency that provides a holistic transformation of young people and disadvantaged communities.

What we do

We strive for survival and development for women and children's protection.

Why we do

We want to spread humanity and love and make world and better place to live.

Why we stay Strong

We work in transparency with integrity

19+

COUNSELLED PEOPLE

20

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS THAT TRAINED

274

CHILDREN IN OUR PROGRAMS

213

PARENTS IN THE PROGRAMS

39

FAMILIES HELPED IN THE COVIDE-19 LOCK-DOWN

25+

CHILDREN WITH MALNUTRITION

31+

TRAINED FARMERS

16+

REHABILATED DRUG USERS

Our Programs

Inclusive Education

We provide a range of interventions which include; school fees payment provision of all the necessary scholastic materials to vulnerable children in poverty

Family Planning&Reproductive health

Addressing youth and adolescent sexual and reproductive health problems is a key priority for Parenting African Psychological Foundation

Health and Nutrition

Parenting African Psychological Foundation works hard to improve the nutrition status of Teen Mothers

Gender based Violence​

Our primary purpose is to safeguard the rights and well-being of child and women, and other people who were forced to flee

Empowering children & Women

We are dedicated to empowering women to achieve their full economic potential.

Early marriage, Unwanted pregnancies and teen mothers.

We design preventive measures and conducts comprehensive awareness raising campaigns aiming at the protection of young girls against early pregnancies and marriages.

mental and physical impairment with Guidance & counselling

addresses these challenges faced by teen mothers from the bottom by systematically conducting monthly counseling sessions

We Look At The World Differently!

what people say

My name is Odette YANKURIJE, when I was 17 years I got pregnant. My family left me behind . AS young mother I could not get all needs to my kid.I decided to become a prostitute but after I meet with PAPF staff, they took me out and sent me in women's center at CYENKWANZI where I got sewing skills. Today I am my family problems solver, I am able to pay school fees for my kid, clothes and daily food of the family.
Odette YANKURIJE
Beneficiary of the Program
After Death of my father everything turned worse in my family!The family faced financial crisis which led me to drop out from school and went to practice criminal activities. PAPF visited my family and took me back to school. I have completed my studies and also they helped me to join technical studies training within one year. Now I am electrical Technician. My wish is to do what PAPF done to me in turn to others who are in bad situation.
NIRANDIKUNKIKO Providence
Beneficiary of The Programs
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