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The Coalition was created on the 11th November 2010 to bring together
different child rights focused organisations for the purpose of networking and alliance building with a mandate to advocate on child rights related issues, assess and report on the implementation of child related treaties and conventions especially the United Nations Child Rights Convention (CRC) and the African Charter on the Rights and Wetfare of the Child (ACRWC).
The Coalition also aims at undertaking advocacy around the implementation of the aforementioned child rights instruments in order to improve the situation of the rights of a child in Rwanda. coalition structure, and having no legal recognition, the Coalition was initially hosted by HAGURUKA (2010-2013) and CLADHO (2013-15 October 2017). lt got its registration certificate in December 2016 and is now undertaking a transition process to move from the hosting Organisation and work more independently.
Since its creation, the Coalition has received both technical and financial support from Save the Children and Plan International directly or through the host organisation. CUI has developed and submitted alternative reports to the UNCRC, ACRWC and UPR while at the same time supporting related advocacy initiatives in the country.
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