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Emmanuel Hanganimana

Field coordinator - RWAMNET

Emmanuel Hanganimana holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Rwanda, College of Medicine and Health Sciences. He also studied social sciences at academic institutions in Rwanda and has over 10 years of experience in civil society organizations focused on gender promotion. Currently, he serves as the National Coordinator of the Rwanda MenEngage Network at the Rwanda Men’s Resource Centre (RWAMREC).

Throughout his tenure at RWAMREC, Emmanuel has successfully held various positions and worked on multiple projects, including “Public Policy Information Monitoring and Advocacy (PPIMA),” “Ending Domestic Violence (EDV),” the “Indashyikirwa project (Agents of Change),” “MenCare+,” the “TWICECEKA project,” and the “Indashyikirwa scale-up.” These initiatives are aimed at promoting gender equality and preventing gender-based violence (GBV) through the MenEngage approach by fostering positive masculinities.

Emmanuel is an initiative taker with extensive experience in health, social, and development projects within civil society organizations. His expertise encompasses project coordination, monitoring, evaluation, and learning processes, as well as administration, budget allocation, and follow-up. He is skilled in facilitating and conducting training on the Gender Transformative Approach and GBV prevention and response. Additionally, he is adept at engaging men in sexual and reproductive health and rights, maternal and child health (MCH), family planning, nutrition, water and sanitation, HIV/AIDS, and advocacy.


Emmanuel Hanganimana
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