Safer Rwanda is an independent non-state actor and non-for-profit organization formed under the parliamentary law № 20/2000 of 26/07/2000 of the Republic of Rwanda, establishing the functioning of non-profit making organizations. It was established to act as a forum for research, dialogue, analysis, and to facilitate in the implementation of policies that comprehensively address the issues of peace, security and development in 2000 and become fully operational in 2002 by 11 members, who later increased to 21 by 2008.
Safer Rwanda's Vision is contributing to Safety, Peace and development in Rwanda.
Safer Rwanda Serves long-term human rights protection, security and development needs, gender equality promotion, environmental protection and uphold a culture of peace and safety in Rwanda.
Combat illicit small arms and light weapons proliferation
Prevent and manage conflicts
Promote gender equality and empowerment by fighting gender based violence and promoting income generation among women
Participate effectively in policy dialogue, formulation, implementation and monitoring
Protect the environment through providing alternative energy source and a forestation