PRISON OUTREACH

Prison Fellowship Rwanda served in prisons throughout Rwanda to transform the lives of prisoners through the good news of Jesus Christ and through the message of forgiveness and reconciliation.

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PRISONER’S JOURNEY

Today there are more than 53,000 prisoners in Rwanda. Many of these men and women haven’t heard the gospel but need to experience the transforming power of God’s love, making them one of the least reached people groups in the world.

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COMMUNITY BASED SOCIOTHERAPHY

Different approaches have been used to restore hope, heal the wounds of the past and build social cohesion. “Community based socio-therapy” is one of the approaches introduced by Prison Fellowship Rwanda

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CHILDREN OF PRISONERS

Ththousands children have lost one or both parents to imprisonment. Some live in dire circumstances hungry, frightened, and alone.

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RECONCILIATION VILLAGE

Prison Fellowship Rwanda has been involved in the restoration of Rwandan social fabric which was destroyed by the 1994 genocide through practical healing and reconciliation

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UBUMBWE PROJECT

PROJECT UBUMWE (Together/United) was conceived by Prison Fellowship Rwanda after had worked in the prisons of Rwanda, for more than 21 years, bringing a message of hope, redemption and restoration, through Christ, to Genocide perpetrators; encouraging them to repent and confess their complicity in the Genocide against the Tutsi of 1994 and to fully disclose every detail of their crimes.

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COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT

Prison Fellowship Rwanda works to increase the entrepreneurial and economic capacity of poor households to ensure they are self-sufficient through capacity building, income generation and increased access to micro-enterprise development.

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Latest News

Rutunga and Kabuye children receiving School Materials

Education is an integral part in the life a child, though it is a right for a child to get an education not every child has had that chance to sit on a school bench and get a fair education. CPP Rwanda for the last two years has been assisting children of prisoners in...
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COMMUNITY BASED SOCIOTHERAPY PROGRAM

After the genocide that destroyed the social fabric among Rwandans, different approaches have been used to restore hope, heal the wounds of the past and build social cohesion. “Community based sociotherapy” is one of the approaches introduced by Prison Fellowship...
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Discipleship Training in Rwamagana

TPJ COURSES IN RWAMAGANA PRISON On August 17th, 2016 TPJ ( The Prisoner’s Journey) organized an 8 hours training designed for 32 TPJ graduates who will lead the courses helped by volunteers from churches around the prison. 32 participants attended. They actively...
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Join Us In Serving Life

Prison Fellowship Rwanda  has a vision to see communities and individuals in Rwanda transformed through practical reconciliation efforts and to provide opportunities for economic mobility and spiritual transformation through the redemptive power of Jesus Christ.