The PoH Center in Huye started in 2006 as a collaborative effort between the Rwanda Women’s Network and Abasa Association, a community-based organisation. The group brings together women survivors of the 1994 Tutsi genocide, reaching out to 250 persons in four Sectors in the District, namely Ngoma, Mukura, Tumba and Gitwe Sectors. The Center provides the following services for women survivors of the 1994 genocide: medical services, including provision of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) for those that were raped during the genocide and living with HIV/AIDS; social and group solidarity support, as well as income generating activities to ensure that the women self-sufficient and able to cater for their own needs.