Rwanda Youth Voice for Change (RYVC) is a non political, nongovernmental, nonprofit making and voluntary, development Organization aiming to initiate programs whose aim is to promote the living standards of the population and we stand for uniting, defending and representing Rwandan young people.
RYVC has established in 2009 by young Rwandan Jean Paul Ndayizeye in collaboration with other students from different universities in Rwanda particularly in National University of Rwanda, Kigali Health Institute and Institut Catholique de Kabgayi and its projects are located in south province of Rwanda and in KIGALI City.
The vast number of cooperation’s together with the high number of active members enable RYVC to initiate many projects. This will create better and more aware young people in the future and who can participate in Rwanda development.
RYVC ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE
RYVC has its administrative structure reflecting the representation of all key stakeholders in the decision making and management framework of the organization.
1. The Annual General Assembly
This is the supreme governing body of the organization. It’s composed of all the members. The General Assembly is organized to consider and adopts the audited accounts of the organizations and the Director General and Treasurer reports. The General Assembly elects officials to the executive board for one year mandate which may be renewable through election.
2. Executive Board
The Executive Board is the policy making body of RYVC and it’s elected democratically by the RYVC General Assembly. In charge of coordinating all activities of the organization and insuring that organization is working toward its intended goals and objectives. RYVC Executive board coordinates the running of its day to day activities and special projects and is made of 6 people.
3. Supervising council
The supervising council is the only one organ in charge of interpretation of the statutes, editing the projects of new statutes or doing any kind of modification of the statutes. It organizes and supervises the election of executive board. It is made of 3 people and they are elected also by the general assembly with one year mandate.
4. The conciliation committee and heads of programs
The principal philosophy behind RYVC’s mission is the belief that a better life is possible. The power of our holistic approach lies in our partnerships, our sustainable programs and facility integration, and our passion to serve. We always strive to be a catalyst for positive change. Every action we take is intended to inspire meaningful service and deliver results that will improve economic and social conditions and make life better for Rwandese young generation and marginalized groups in the communities we serve for years to come. We seek grassroots solutions to local challenges in an effort to help people help themselves.