In Rwanda, genocide related crimes present a higher percentage, currently, there are number of prisons where persons accused of or indicted with genocide or ordinary crimes are detained waiting for justice. Women live with their children are also imprisoned. These kids innocently suffer a prejudice. They are extremely vulnerable. They live and grow up in a lockup environment. These children share the same fate with their mothers, which is legally unfair since they are deprived of almost all advantages offered by the Rwandan society. In prisons kids do not have access to education which is the basis of socioeconomic development. According to current statistics, 53 out of 450 kids living with their mothers in all prisons are beyond three years of age. At this stage, a child is supposed to start the nursery school and should not continue to live with prisoners. Despite the Government’s commitment and effort to remedy to this situation, much remains to be done to help these kids out of prisons and prepare them to a brighter future. In an attempt to help them out of this appalling situation, KIDS AT HOME Charity wants fund for the improvement of the living conditions of these kids by providing access to nursery education, food supplement, medical care, hygienic materials and advocacy activities at central and decentralized levels to raise the awareness of the society as a whole and the close relatives of the mothers so that these children are reintegrated in families and taken care of. The following are specific objective and and expected results of our fundraiser: SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 1. Ensure access to education for children living with their mother in prisons 2. Fight malnutrition among children living with their mothers in prison; 3. Ensure access to medical care for children living with their mothers in prison; 4. Improve hygienic conditions for children living with their mothers in prison; 5. Raise awareness of the community at all levels about the fate of children living with their mothers in prison; EXPECTED RESULTS 1. Children living with their mothers in prisons have access to education 2. Children living with their mothers in prison have good nutritional conditions 3. Children living with their mothers in prison have access to medical care 4. Hygienic conditions have improved for children living with their mothers in prison 5. The Rwandan community is aware of the situation of children living with their mothers in prison and is committed to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions.