Girls getting the right to have a career and men respecting that.
Women getting to know what has hurt them during genocide and how to heal the internal wounds
Men and women standing to fight against domestic violence especially for the women who were not able to have education
Seeing parents stepping up and train girls and boy to be women and men of integrity.
Seeing the parents playing their roles as parents and not to leave the ball in the hands of house helpers who are not equipped to give children the character they require at the tender age.
Seeing the national policy advocating for the parents being the character builders to their children instead of developing more for youth correction centers yet parents are not being responsible for the child upbringing.