Mouvement Chrétien Pour L’ Evangélisation,
Le Counseling Et La Réconciliation
Empowering Communities in Rwanda towards spiritual and physical transformation through church and community mobilization
MOUCECORE FIVE MAIN FOCUS-AREA
MOUCECORE has five main areas (Programs) of focus, these are; Church and Community Transformation; Counseling; Water Hygiene and Sanitation; Environmental Protection and Agriculture; and Child Wholistic Development. All of these programs are based on community and church mobilization and their implementation includes different community-based stakeholders (churches, local governments etc.). These five main programs sometimes overlap, not only theme-wise but also the objectives can be the same. All of MOUCECORE’s programs aim to identify the root cause of people’s problems, strengthen the capacity and create durable and sustainable solutions.
“I assure you; the one who believes in me will also do the works I do. And he will do even greater works than these because I am going to the Father.” John 14:12
Church and Community Transformation projects aim to empower local church and community members to assess their problems and opportunities and take decisions for durable and sustainable solutions.
The counselling program of MOUCECORE mainly focuses on drug related issues. The eradication of the drugs is the main goal of this branch of action. The majority of the problems in schools, in families and in society....
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene are the second main focus of MOUCECORE’s programs since 2007. Access to safe and clean water, promote proper hygiene and sanitation behavior and latrine access some of...
Aims to improve the economic wellbeing and environmental sustainability of rural communities by working with the community to increase their understanding on the importance of environmental protection.
Child Wholistic Development aim to mobilize, educate and change positively the mindset of the population towards child protection.
According to United Nations Office on Drug and Crime (UNODC), around 200 million people take drugs at least once a year. Of these, 25 million are regarded as drug dependents. Every year 200,000 people die from drug-related illnesses.
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