a. Primary, ‘O’ and “A” levels at Nyagatare Juvenile Correctional facility
b. Primary, ‘O’ and “A” levels at Nyagatare Juvenile Correctional facility
Technical and Vocational Education and Training in 8 Correctional facilities with the following trades: masonry, welding, plumbing, electricity, computer skills, hair dressing and beautification, tailoring, carpentry, leather craft, agriculture, automobile mechanics, handicraft making.
2. Informal Education:
a. Adult literacy
b. Prior learning recognition (vocational skills in collaboration with IPRCs and STECOM)
3. Civic Education:
a. Ndi Umunyarwanda
b. Other government programs
4. Moral rehabilitation:
a. Spiritual Support (faith-based organizations) E.g : The Prisoner’s journey (Prison Fellowship-Rwanda)
b. Psychosocial Support
5. Recreational and Cultural Activities:
a. Games and Sports
b. Cultural troops
6. Production Activities:
a. Good for the health of inmates (maintenance of physical activity)
b. Opportunity to gain practical skills (e.g. farming, construction, etc.)
c. Income generating for both RCS and inmates (10% of benefits given to inmates)
1. Inmates are provided with:
a. accommodation, food, water, uniform.
b. Medical care (health post at each correctional facility and transfer to outside hospitals when and where need arises).
c. All inmates are fully Vaccinated against Covid-19
2. All inmates have health insurance (aka mutuelle de santé or community-based health insurance)
3. Use of biogas from CF wastes for cooking: good for environment protection, provides non-smelling fertilizers, good for hygiene and sanitation, cost-effective.
4. Recreational and Cultural activities
RCS has been mandated to ensure supervision of Community Services