Human Health Aid Burundi


  • – HHA searches to improve the quality of life for young children and promote their optimal growth and development. Burundi is one of the poorest countries in the world and has limited resources for early childhood education and development. Our program focused on providing holistic support to children aged 0-5 years old, their caregivers, and communities.

Our project integrates the community   to understand the challenges and opportunities for Early Child Development. We work closely with community s organization and government agencies to ensure that our program aligned with national policies and priorities. Our program consisted of several components, including:-

  1. Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE): Through this program, HHA is establishing community-based early childhood centers to provide children with a safe and stimulating learning environment. HHA will trains educators to enable them in providing developmentally appropriate education, health, and nutrition services to children aged 3-5 years old.
  2. Parenting Education: We provide parents and caregivers with skills and knowledge to support their child’s development. This included training in child-rearing practices, nutrition, health, and hygiene.


  1. Community Mobilization: We work with community leaders and stakeholders to raise awareness and promote the importance of early childhood development. This includes community events, meetings, and advocacy efforts.
  2. Capacity Building: We provide training and support to local organizations and government agencies to strengthen their capacity to provide quality ECD services.